Clayton mansion building work falls foul of planners

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Residents outside the home being built in Sandringham Road, Clayton, that they are opposed to Residents outside the home being built in Sandringham Road, Clayton, that they are opposed to

A fresh planning application will have to be submitted for a controversial mansion in Bradford after a number of planning breaches came to light as the property was being built.

Residents have been battling the construction of the large house off Bradford Road and Sandringham Road, Clayton. Their suspicions that building work deviated from the approved plans were last night confirmed by Bradford Council.

Original permission for a 13-bedroom house was refused on the site, which used to house a two-bedroom bungalow.

Since then, planning records show five other sets of tweaked plans were re-submitted until the scheme with seven bedrooms, a playroom and study, a games room and a detached double garage was finally granted last summer.

But residents say building work has made their lives a misery and has forced them to make countless calls to planners, Council enforcement officers and health and safety officials since it started.

Speaking last night, Ian Horsfall, the Council’s planning manager, said: “The planning permission was for the construction of a replacement seven bedroomed dwelling and a new detached garage.

“Site visits have been carried out and the Council has identified a number of changes that were not shown on the original planning permission, granted conditionally on the 17 July 2012.

“The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.”

Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work.

But the building boss overseeing the construction work has hit back, saying that delays caused by complaints had cost him £2,000.

Geoff Coffey said: “We’ve just had building inspectors up now because residents have told them we’re putting in dormers but it’s not true.

“Residents have been parking their cars awkwardly so we can't get on to the site and they have been trying to give us instructions.”

Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.”

Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.”

House owner Jasinder Singh could not be contacted for a comment.

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7:09am Fri 10 Jan 14

Albion. says...

Jasinder Singh is trying it on! Make him knock it down and start again.
Jasinder Singh is trying it on! Make him knock it down and start again. Albion.

7:44am Fri 10 Jan 14

angry bradfordian says...

"But the building boss overseeing the construction work has hit back, saying that delays caused by complaints had cost him £2,000."

Is he expecting sympathy with this pathetic statement? It wouldn't have cost him anything if he'd stuck to the original plans (unless he's accusing a council official of lying)
Even if you ignore all that, then two grand seems like an insubstantial amount in the building of a 7 bedroom house.
"But the building boss overseeing the construction work has hit back, saying that delays caused by complaints had cost him £2,000." Is he expecting sympathy with this pathetic statement? It wouldn't have cost him anything if he'd stuck to the original plans (unless he's accusing a council official of lying) Even if you ignore all that, then two grand seems like an insubstantial amount in the building of a 7 bedroom house. angry bradfordian

8:06am Fri 10 Jan 14

Joedavid says...

Sounds like 6 of one and half a dozen of the other.
Sounds like 6 of one and half a dozen of the other. Joedavid

8:26am Fri 10 Jan 14

denislamenis says...

why cant people just live and let live!
why cant people just live and let live! denislamenis

8:38am Fri 10 Jan 14

bd7 helper says...

More like he ain't got a clue what's going
More like he ain't got a clue what's going bd7 helper

8:58am Fri 10 Jan 14

Amyjojo9 says...

It is the councils fault they are to soft
It is the councils fault they are to soft Amyjojo9

9:04am Fri 10 Jan 14

Amyjojo9 says...

The builder as saved a lot of Money on the pilings. It stated on the engineer report that the pilings should have been drilled because the residents houses are built on an on quarry and there is an old mine shaft located 50 metres from the build. At the last minute the builder changed contractors the pilings were hammers into the ground causing residents houses to shake like hell
The builder as saved a lot of Money on the pilings. It stated on the engineer report that the pilings should have been drilled because the residents houses are built on an on quarry and there is an old mine shaft located 50 metres from the build. At the last minute the builder changed contractors the pilings were hammers into the ground causing residents houses to shake like hell Amyjojo9

9:29am Fri 10 Jan 14

angry bradfordian says...

Joedavid wrote:
Sounds like 6 of one and half a dozen of the other.
Sounds like there might be an element of NIMBYism going on, bit you'd think any builder or developer would do their best to avoid any controversy if they knew the local busybodies would be watching their every move.

If this story is all correct it would seem he's done what he wants.
[quote][p][bold]Joedavid[/bold] wrote: Sounds like 6 of one and half a dozen of the other.[/p][/quote]Sounds like there might be an element of NIMBYism going on, bit you'd think any builder or developer would do their best to avoid any controversy if they knew the local busybodies would be watching their every move. If this story is all correct it would seem he's done what he wants. angry bradfordian

9:34am Fri 10 Jan 14

mad matt says...

So many builders and house owners try to 'push the boundaries' when it comes to planning permission. I've seen some horrendous (deliberate) mistakes made over the years that it makes you dubious about any local planning applications that might effect your own home.
Building standards need a swift kick up the jacksie as well - they are supposed to keep an eye on things and react to complaints from neighbours.
So many builders and house owners try to 'push the boundaries' when it comes to planning permission. I've seen some horrendous (deliberate) mistakes made over the years that it makes you dubious about any local planning applications that might effect your own home. Building standards need a swift kick up the jacksie as well - they are supposed to keep an eye on things and react to complaints from neighbours. mad matt

10:08am Fri 10 Jan 14

Avro says...

13 - bedroomed house - More likely a bedsit being built and verging on being a B&B
13 - bedroomed house - More likely a bedsit being built and verging on being a B&B Avro

10:11am Fri 10 Jan 14

Joedavid says...

Is it being built to be sold or is it already sold and being built to a buyers personal specification?
Is it being built to be sold or is it already sold and being built to a buyers personal specification? Joedavid

11:18am Fri 10 Jan 14

Bone_idle18 says...

Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities! Bone_idle18

11:54am Fri 10 Jan 14

AngryBantam says...

Albion. wrote:
Jasinder Singh is trying it on! Make him knock it down and start again.
Totally agree, knock the lot down and put the proper planning in like the rest of us would have to.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: Jasinder Singh is trying it on! Make him knock it down and start again.[/p][/quote]Totally agree, knock the lot down and put the proper planning in like the rest of us would have to. AngryBantam

12:01pm Fri 10 Jan 14

PTN says...

I don,t know Mr Singh or exactly where this is so i have no interests in the building works but this sounds like a lot of jealous people angry that someone is building a better house for themselves that will make theirs look insignificant , that is assuming its a residentail property for his own use. If its commercial for renting out as bedsits then they have every right to scrutinise it with a fine tooth comb as it will devalue their houses.
I don,t know Mr Singh or exactly where this is so i have no interests in the building works but this sounds like a lot of jealous people angry that someone is building a better house for themselves that will make theirs look insignificant , that is assuming its a residentail property for his own use. If its commercial for renting out as bedsits then they have every right to scrutinise it with a fine tooth comb as it will devalue their houses. PTN

12:13pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Albion. says...

Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
I think the complaints aren't because it's being built, they are because the agreed plans seem to be being ignored.
[quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]I think the complaints aren't because it's being built, they are because the agreed plans seem to be being ignored. Albion.

12:32pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Bone_idle18 says...

Albion. wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
I think the complaints aren't because it's being built, they are because the agreed plans seem to be being ignored.
Granted.But the comments by residents seem to all be complaining about the building process.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]I think the complaints aren't because it's being built, they are because the agreed plans seem to be being ignored.[/p][/quote]Granted.But the comments by residents seem to all be complaining about the building process. Bone_idle18

1:17pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Amyjojo9 says...

Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
[quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area Amyjojo9

3:31pm Fri 10 Jan 14

PTN says...

Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
[quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses. PTN

3:55pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Albion. says...

PTN wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.
[quote][p][bold]PTN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.[/p][/quote]If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about. Albion.

5:08pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Amyjojo9 says...

Albion. wrote:
PTN wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.
It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.[/p][/quote]If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.[/p][/quote]It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road. Amyjojo9

6:03pm Fri 10 Jan 14

haroldthehamster says...

This property is a blot on the skyline. Not in keeping with the other homes in the area. The builder is responsible for ensuring that planning permission has been granted and sticking to the plans so no sympathy for him. The workers on the site regularly breach health and safety regulations by not wearing safety hats, boots and high vis vests. It does not give local residents any confidence in the quality of the build or the owners intended purpose.
This property is a blot on the skyline. Not in keeping with the other homes in the area. The builder is responsible for ensuring that planning permission has been granted and sticking to the plans so no sympathy for him. The workers on the site regularly breach health and safety regulations by not wearing safety hats, boots and high vis vests. It does not give local residents any confidence in the quality of the build or the owners intended purpose. haroldthehamster

6:32pm Fri 10 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area???? bradfordlad

6:37pm Fri 10 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

oh and a crane on site ??? never ..... how dare they have a crane on a building site
oh and a crane on site ??? never ..... how dare they have a crane on a building site bradfordlad

6:37pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Amyjojo9 says...

bradfordlad wrote:
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can
[quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can Amyjojo9

6:39pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Michael Manus says...

Amyjojo9 wrote:
Albion. wrote:
PTN wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.
It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.
This is the same guy who has just bought Paradise Farm...dread to think what plans he has for that property going by the eyesore of this so called mansion.
[quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.[/p][/quote]If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.[/p][/quote]It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.[/p][/quote]This is the same guy who has just bought Paradise Farm...dread to think what plans he has for that property going by the eyesore of this so called mansion. Michael Manus

6:43pm Fri 10 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

Amyjojo9 wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can
so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything
[quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can[/p][/quote]so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything bradfordlad

7:03pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Albion. says...

bradfordlad wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can
so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything
You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?
[quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can[/p][/quote]so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything[/p][/quote]You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)? Albion.

7:09pm Fri 10 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

Albion. wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can
so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything
You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?
ok so he keeps moving goalposts, the article says he has to submit a new application so im sure the council will look into it, building inspectors do visit sites you know

it does seem that the residents seem to also be complaining a lot about the fact that he actually has a building site

“The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.” -- so he has to submit another application

"Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work" ??? most building sites are like that

Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.” -- no way a 70ft crane near a building site??

Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.” -- a change of planning will have to be submitted if it is the case
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can[/p][/quote]so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything[/p][/quote]You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?[/p][/quote]ok so he keeps moving goalposts, the article says he has to submit a new application so im sure the council will look into it, building inspectors do visit sites you know it does seem that the residents seem to also be complaining a lot about the fact that he actually has a building site “The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.” -- so he has to submit another application "Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work" ??? most building sites are like that Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.” -- no way a 70ft crane near a building site?? Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.” -- a change of planning will have to be submitted if it is the case bradfordlad

7:31pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Albion. says...

bradfordlad wrote:
Albion. wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can
so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything
You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?
ok so he keeps moving goalposts, the article says he has to submit a new application so im sure the council will look into it, building inspectors do visit sites you know

it does seem that the residents seem to also be complaining a lot about the fact that he actually has a building site

“The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.” -- so he has to submit another application

"Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work" ??? most building sites are like that

Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.” -- no way a 70ft crane near a building site??

Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.” -- a change of planning will have to be submitted if it is the case
The report also states that a number of planning breaches will now have to be addressed. The implication in the report is that people had already highlighted these before planning inspectors actually confirmed them. There have already been five sets of altered plans submitted since the original was refused. I don't live in the area, but if I lived near that I might well be tempted to support the complaining residents.
[quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can[/p][/quote]so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything[/p][/quote]You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?[/p][/quote]ok so he keeps moving goalposts, the article says he has to submit a new application so im sure the council will look into it, building inspectors do visit sites you know it does seem that the residents seem to also be complaining a lot about the fact that he actually has a building site “The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.” -- so he has to submit another application "Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work" ??? most building sites are like that Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.” -- no way a 70ft crane near a building site?? Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.” -- a change of planning will have to be submitted if it is the case[/p][/quote]The report also states that a number of planning breaches will now have to be addressed. The implication in the report is that people had already highlighted these before planning inspectors actually confirmed them. There have already been five sets of altered plans submitted since the original was refused. I don't live in the area, but if I lived near that I might well be tempted to support the complaining residents. Albion.

7:44pm Fri 10 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

Albion. wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
Albion. wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????
Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can
so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything
You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?
ok so he keeps moving goalposts, the article says he has to submit a new application so im sure the council will look into it, building inspectors do visit sites you know

it does seem that the residents seem to also be complaining a lot about the fact that he actually has a building site

“The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.” -- so he has to submit another application

"Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work" ??? most building sites are like that

Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.” -- no way a 70ft crane near a building site??

Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.” -- a change of planning will have to be submitted if it is the case
The report also states that a number of planning breaches will now have to be addressed. The implication in the report is that people had already highlighted these before planning inspectors actually confirmed them. There have already been five sets of altered plans submitted since the original was refused. I don't live in the area, but if I lived near that I might well be tempted to support the complaining residents.
so as i have said why are the residents complaining mainly about non planning breaches, i have lived in a street where people are building extensions etc. do you know what , let them be. if there are planning breaches such as windows overlooking your bedroom etc, too close to boundaries absolutely you should inform the council but to whinge about noise during normal working hours, music, vibrations and oh yes a crane ... come on get a life
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: what a jealous bunch of people we have in the city, not wearing high vis vests .. if hes breaching health and safety laws thenhe will face the consequences in court, no confidence in the quality of build ... are you people living in it or is he? ... the complaints seem to be more about the fact that people have to suffer the 'inconveniece' of workmen , builders on the road ... no or is it the fact that he has a 'brown face' and you dont want that to blight your area????[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the colour of his face they are quite a lot of Asian people who live on the road and have objected to the build. It's the way the people have gone about the build braking planning every which way they can[/p][/quote]so the council will deal with it, why are the resident in the article essentially complaing about having a large house there, builders being there and a crane coming. what has that got to do with the planning ? if he has changed things which are not according to planning regulations then its the councils responsibilty to check, the residents seem to complaining about anything[/p][/quote]You can't blame them, someone keeps moving the goalposts. If you read the report, it seems that complaints are quite justified. Some complaints on here might seem quite trivial or even irrelevant, but that makes no difference to the report (or are you claiming that it's full of untruths)?[/p][/quote]ok so he keeps moving goalposts, the article says he has to submit a new application so im sure the council will look into it, building inspectors do visit sites you know it does seem that the residents seem to also be complaining a lot about the fact that he actually has a building site “The applicant and agent are aware of the breaches and the planning officer is currently liaising with them with the view to the submission of a new planning application that if approved would authorise the identified changes.” -- so he has to submit another application "Residents also claimed they have faced major disruption with builders’ vehicles blocking residents rights of way, loud music, and vibrations from some work" ??? most building sites are like that Pam Cunningham, who lives opposite, said: “We even had a 70ft crane out in the street the other day delivering materials – this is a residential area.” -- no way a 70ft crane near a building site?? Resident Raymond Chruscht said the development should have stayed in keeping with all the other houses and added: “I’m strongly convinced in a few years’ time it will be turned into a nursing home.” -- a change of planning will have to be submitted if it is the case[/p][/quote]The report also states that a number of planning breaches will now have to be addressed. The implication in the report is that people had already highlighted these before planning inspectors actually confirmed them. There have already been five sets of altered plans submitted since the original was refused. I don't live in the area, but if I lived near that I might well be tempted to support the complaining residents.[/p][/quote]so as i have said why are the residents complaining mainly about non planning breaches, i have lived in a street where people are building extensions etc. do you know what , let them be. if there are planning breaches such as windows overlooking your bedroom etc, too close to boundaries absolutely you should inform the council but to whinge about noise during normal working hours, music, vibrations and oh yes a crane ... come on get a life bradfordlad

8:33pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Flower55 says...

Jealously gets you no where!! Don't understand how these people can complain when they can't even look after there own houses (which I have seen - live locally) I'm not taking sides as Mr Singh should stick to agreed plans which I understand is frustrating, but its so annoying that these people don't care what their houses look like from the outside but are so concerned with Mr Singhs mansion which he is clearly spending a lot of money on.
Jealously gets you no where!! Don't understand how these people can complain when they can't even look after there own houses (which I have seen - live locally) I'm not taking sides as Mr Singh should stick to agreed plans which I understand is frustrating, but its so annoying that these people don't care what their houses look like from the outside but are so concerned with Mr Singhs mansion which he is clearly spending a lot of money on. Flower55

8:49pm Fri 10 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

Flower55 wrote:
Jealously gets you no where!! Don't understand how these people can complain when they can't even look after there own houses (which I have seen - live locally) I'm not taking sides as Mr Singh should stick to agreed plans which I understand is frustrating, but its so annoying that these people don't care what their houses look like from the outside but are so concerned with Mr Singhs mansion which he is clearly spending a lot of money on.
exactly my point, jealousy ... if hes breached planning fine , i totally agree with them but to come to the t & a and report this as a story is petty to say the least, get on with your lives or maybe it is the fact that most of them can only dream of a seven bedroom mansion?
[quote][p][bold]Flower55[/bold] wrote: Jealously gets you no where!! Don't understand how these people can complain when they can't even look after there own houses (which I have seen - live locally) I'm not taking sides as Mr Singh should stick to agreed plans which I understand is frustrating, but its so annoying that these people don't care what their houses look like from the outside but are so concerned with Mr Singhs mansion which he is clearly spending a lot of money on.[/p][/quote]exactly my point, jealousy ... if hes breached planning fine , i totally agree with them but to come to the t & a and report this as a story is petty to say the least, get on with your lives or maybe it is the fact that most of them can only dream of a seven bedroom mansion? bradfordlad

9:11pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Bradfordgirl45 says...

Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion. Bradfordgirl45

10:13am Sat 11 Jan 14

sam-tyler says...

Bradfordgirl45 wrote:
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
lol....Spoken like a true relative.

There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps.
It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now!
[quote][p][bold]Bradfordgirl45[/bold] wrote: Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.[/p][/quote]lol....Spoken like a true relative. There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps. It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now! sam-tyler

11:27am Sat 11 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

sam-tyler wrote:
Bradfordgirl45 wrote:
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
lol....Spoken like a true relative.

There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps.
It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now!
oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces
[quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bradfordgirl45[/bold] wrote: Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.[/p][/quote]lol....Spoken like a true relative. There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps. It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now![/p][/quote]oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces bradfordlad

11:56am Sat 11 Jan 14

Albion. says...

bradfordlad wrote:
sam-tyler wrote:
Bradfordgirl45 wrote:
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
lol....Spoken like a true relative.

There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps.
It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now!
oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces
The irony is that it was YOU who brought in the brown faces phrase.
I don't know any of the complainants, but showering them with insulting remarks and assumptions about their lifestyles isn't exactly helping the situation.
It appears that Mr Singh is trying to get what was initially refused, by his numerous planning alterations. But that is only an ASSUMPTION.
[quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bradfordgirl45[/bold] wrote: Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.[/p][/quote]lol....Spoken like a true relative. There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps. It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now![/p][/quote]oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces[/p][/quote]The irony is that it was YOU who brought in the brown faces phrase. I don't know any of the complainants, but showering them with insulting remarks and assumptions about their lifestyles isn't exactly helping the situation. It appears that Mr Singh is trying to get what was initially refused, by his numerous planning alterations. But that is only an ASSUMPTION. Albion.

3:53pm Sat 11 Jan 14

sam-tyler says...

bradfordlad wrote:
sam-tyler wrote:
Bradfordgirl45 wrote:
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
lol....Spoken like a true relative.

There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps.
It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now!
oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces
Lol, You couldn't be more wrong sunshine.

Jaa baa dee pudi choop, Ghandu.
[quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bradfordgirl45[/bold] wrote: Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.[/p][/quote]lol....Spoken like a true relative. There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps. It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now![/p][/quote]oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces[/p][/quote]Lol, You couldn't be more wrong sunshine. Jaa baa dee pudi choop, Ghandu. sam-tyler

4:50pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Banni2 says...

PTN wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
It's possible that this development is planned for the accommodation of Rumanian and Eastern European gipsies. ( who needs a 13 bedroom house or who can afford one in this City)
[quote][p][bold]PTN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.[/p][/quote]It's possible that this development is planned for the accommodation of Rumanian and Eastern European gipsies. ( who needs a 13 bedroom house or who can afford one in this City) Banni2

6:00pm Sat 11 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

sam-tyler wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
sam-tyler wrote:
Bradfordgirl45 wrote:
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
lol....Spoken like a true relative.

There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps.
It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now!
oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces
Lol, You couldn't be more wrong sunshine.

Jaa baa dee pudi choop, Ghandu.
hahaha your hilarious, your callig me gay as well as go down on a woman , hilarious, what a muppet .
[quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bradfordgirl45[/bold] wrote: Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.[/p][/quote]lol....Spoken like a true relative. There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps. It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now![/p][/quote]oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces[/p][/quote]Lol, You couldn't be more wrong sunshine. Jaa baa dee pudi choop, Ghandu.[/p][/quote]hahaha your hilarious, your callig me gay as well as go down on a woman , hilarious, what a muppet . bradfordlad

6:00pm Sat 11 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

sam-tyler wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
sam-tyler wrote:
Bradfordgirl45 wrote:
Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!!
Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.
lol....Spoken like a true relative.

There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps.
It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now!
oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces
Lol, You couldn't be more wrong sunshine.

Jaa baa dee pudi choop, Ghandu.
hahaha your hilarious, your callig me gay as well as go down on a woman , hilarious, what a muppet .
[quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bradfordgirl45[/bold] wrote: Do you people have nothing better to do with your life?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Instead of sitting at your windows recording the daily activity of the build whilst waiting for your benefits to come.... That people like Mr Singh pay!!! Here's a thought stop been nosey, jealous immature animals go out get a job and you might one day be able to build your own mansion.[/p][/quote]lol....Spoken like a true relative. There's plenty of other stories on these news pages about people with 'brown faces', as someone put it higher up, thinking they're above the law when it comes to planning apps. It's becoming an epidemic that needs stopping now![/p][/quote]oh dear another jealous chav who is probably a benefit scrounger and cant seem to understand that some people maybe have a little more money than him so has to put the blame on people with 'brown' faces[/p][/quote]Lol, You couldn't be more wrong sunshine. Jaa baa dee pudi choop, Ghandu.[/p][/quote]hahaha your hilarious, your callig me gay as well as go down on a woman , hilarious, what a muppet . bradfordlad

4:39pm Sun 12 Jan 14

mr. Kahn pakistani community leader says...

Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation.
The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.
Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation. The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount. mr. Kahn pakistani community leader

4:49pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Albion. says...

mr. Kahn pakistani community leader wrote:
Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation.
The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.
If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.
[quote][p][bold]mr. Kahn pakistani community leader[/bold] wrote: Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation. The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.[/p][/quote]If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is. Albion.

5:10pm Sun 12 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

Albion. wrote:
mr. Kahn pakistani community leader wrote:
Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation.
The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.
If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.
albion seems to have a comment for every story in the t&a, is it just me or does he just sound like a bitter old man, sat in his bedist with nobody around and the only thing he can do is 'troll'
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr. Kahn pakistani community leader[/bold] wrote: Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation. The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.[/p][/quote]If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.[/p][/quote]albion seems to have a comment for every story in the t&a, is it just me or does he just sound like a bitter old man, sat in his bedist with nobody around and the only thing he can do is 'troll' bradfordlad

5:11pm Sun 12 Jan 14

local.resident1 says...

I wish more of the local residents - those who can afford it build mansions like the one getting built. It creates new jobs for local people and improves the area and struggling economy. I wish these whiners and moaners should stop moaning and invest or let others invest into the local area.
I wish more of the local residents - those who can afford it build mansions like the one getting built. It creates new jobs for local people and improves the area and struggling economy. I wish these whiners and moaners should stop moaning and invest or let others invest into the local area. local.resident1

5:14pm Sun 12 Jan 14

mr. Kahn pakistani community leader says...

Does everyone think Mr Singh is building a property of this size without planning permission?!?
Does everyone think Mr Singh is building a property of this size without planning permission?!? mr. Kahn pakistani community leader

5:16pm Sun 12 Jan 14

mr. Kahn pakistani community leader says...

Michael Manus wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Albion. wrote:
PTN wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.
It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.
This is the same guy who has just bought Paradise Farm...dread to think what plans he has for that property going by the eyesore of this so called mansion.
He is thinking to create a house of gods
[quote][p][bold]Michael Manus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.[/p][/quote]If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.[/p][/quote]It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.[/p][/quote]This is the same guy who has just bought Paradise Farm...dread to think what plans he has for that property going by the eyesore of this so called mansion.[/p][/quote]He is thinking to create a house of gods mr. Kahn pakistani community leader

5:23pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Albion. says...

bradfordlad wrote:
Albion. wrote:
mr. Kahn pakistani community leader wrote:
Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation.
The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.
If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.
albion seems to have a comment for every story in the t&a, is it just me or does he just sound like a bitter old man, sat in his bedist with nobody around and the only thing he can do is 'troll'
I don't come on here using multiple IDs. I should have thought you were the troll. All you have done is try to insult or belittle other posters. Are you going to post as Bradfordgirl45 next or one of your other comedy IDs? By the way, the well known local business man Mr Singh who I imagine is the same one here, doesn't originate from Pakistan.
Have a good evening.
[quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr. Kahn pakistani community leader[/bold] wrote: Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation. The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.[/p][/quote]If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.[/p][/quote]albion seems to have a comment for every story in the t&a, is it just me or does he just sound like a bitter old man, sat in his bedist with nobody around and the only thing he can do is 'troll'[/p][/quote]I don't come on here using multiple IDs. I should have thought you were the troll. All you have done is try to insult or belittle other posters. Are you going to post as Bradfordgirl45 next or one of your other comedy IDs? By the way, the well known local business man Mr Singh who I imagine is the same one here, doesn't originate from Pakistan. Have a good evening. Albion.

7:06pm Sun 12 Jan 14

bradfordlad says...

Albion. wrote:
bradfordlad wrote:
Albion. wrote:
mr. Kahn pakistani community leader wrote:
Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation.
The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.
If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.
albion seems to have a comment for every story in the t&a, is it just me or does he just sound like a bitter old man, sat in his bedist with nobody around and the only thing he can do is 'troll'
I don't come on here using multiple IDs. I should have thought you were the troll. All you have done is try to insult or belittle other posters. Are you going to post as Bradfordgirl45 next or one of your other comedy IDs? By the way, the well known local business man Mr Singh who I imagine is the same one here, doesn't originate from Pakistan.
Have a good evening.
think i hit a raw nerve with the bitter old man & bedist comment. Maybe you should contact mr singh and ask him if you could reside in one of his rooms
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr. Kahn pakistani community leader[/bold] wrote: Why are these people so jealous?! I would be thankful if i got the chance to live next to such a beautiful creation. The local residents should be happy if its a care home been built I'm sure Mr Singh will give you a fab discount.[/p][/quote]If he ever manages to comply with the planning requirements that is.[/p][/quote]albion seems to have a comment for every story in the t&a, is it just me or does he just sound like a bitter old man, sat in his bedist with nobody around and the only thing he can do is 'troll'[/p][/quote]I don't come on here using multiple IDs. I should have thought you were the troll. All you have done is try to insult or belittle other posters. Are you going to post as Bradfordgirl45 next or one of your other comedy IDs? By the way, the well known local business man Mr Singh who I imagine is the same one here, doesn't originate from Pakistan. Have a good evening.[/p][/quote]think i hit a raw nerve with the bitter old man & bedist comment. Maybe you should contact mr singh and ask him if you could reside in one of his rooms bradfordlad

9:11pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Michael Manus says...

mr. Kahn pakistani community leader wrote:
Michael Manus wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Albion. wrote:
PTN wrote:
Amyjojo9 wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed.

If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities!
It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area
Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.
If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.
It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.
This is the same guy who has just bought Paradise Farm...dread to think what plans he has for that property going by the eyesore of this so called mansion.
He is thinking to create a house of gods
The plans are for social housing bedsits.
[quote][p][bold]mr. Kahn pakistani community leader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael Manus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Amyjojo9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: Not sure I understand the logic of complaining about building in a residential area? What difference does it make? does it mean that once the first lot of houses has been built, no more building should be allowed. If that applied in the past, we'd have some very small towns and cities![/p][/quote]It as nothing to do with that the planning authoritie said the build was in keeping with the surrounding area. Well I can tell you they are only 3/4 bedroom houses in the area not 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 bedroom houses in this area[/p][/quote]Most places have a mix of housing. Some bigger than others so i dont see what the problem is. If someone built a mansion on my street i think i would be quite pleased as it would show that my area is worth investing in . After all , mansions are usually in th more exclusive areas so i would have thought it a bonus. As for the inconvenience of construction works i can understand that but it would be the exact same if he were building a row of 2-3 bedroom houses.[/p][/quote]If someone built one on mine and it was contravening the agreed plans, I certainly wouldn't be "quite pleased". That's what this is about.[/p][/quote]It's not the it is how they have done things and not built to the plans . The road is very small and the address is 66 Bradford Road the only way in is Samdringham Road.[/p][/quote]This is the same guy who has just bought Paradise Farm...dread to think what plans he has for that property going by the eyesore of this so called mansion.[/p][/quote]He is thinking to create a house of gods[/p][/quote]The plans are for social housing bedsits. Michael Manus

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