Plans for five bedroom house in Newberries Avenue, Radlett, approved

Plans for five bedroom house in Radlett road approved

Plans for five bedroom house in Radlett road approved

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

Plans to demolish a bungalow in Radlett to build a new five bedroom house have been approved.

Hertsmere Borough Council met on Thursday to discuss the proposal for Newberries Avenue in Radlett.

One objection to the proposal was received in regards to the overall size and bulk of the replacement property in comparison to the bungalow currently in place.

However, officers involved in the case said the proposals would not impact on the visual amenity of the neighbouring properties or wider area, and the plans were approved.

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11:46am Tue 11 Feb 14

stewbyhorn says...

Fantastic, I submitted plans for a side and rear extension and because I live In a Victorian semi detached house it wasn't approved? Next time I'll buy a bungalow and replace it with a 5 bedroom house!
Fantastic, I submitted plans for a side and rear extension and because I live In a Victorian semi detached house it wasn't approved? Next time I'll buy a bungalow and replace it with a 5 bedroom house! stewbyhorn
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2:20pm Tue 11 Feb 14

G_Whiz says...

stewbyhorn wrote:
Fantastic, I submitted plans for a side and rear extension and because I live In a Victorian semi detached house it wasn't approved? Next time I'll buy a bungalow and replace it with a 5 bedroom house!
Even better - build it on a flood-plain! The Lib/Lab Councils have always loved people doing that!
- mainly to cope with the effects of their other ill thought through policies i suppose.
[quote][p][bold]stewbyhorn[/bold] wrote: Fantastic, I submitted plans for a side and rear extension and because I live In a Victorian semi detached house it wasn't approved? Next time I'll buy a bungalow and replace it with a 5 bedroom house![/p][/quote]Even better - build it on a flood-plain! The Lib/Lab Councils have always loved people doing that! - mainly to cope with the effects of their other ill thought through policies i suppose. G_Whiz
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