Monday, July 24, 2006

I have received a reply from The Planning Inspectorate...

Dear Mr Clynes

Thank you for your enquiry below.

We are not aware of any challenge being mounted in the High Court to the Inspector's decision and the 6 week challenge period has now expired.

Any time limit will for work to be carried out in connection with the fence is now a matter for the Council as the local planning authority. Once a decision is issued we have no further jurisdiction over it and it is now for the Council to decide what action should be taken. You can send an e-mail. See:

They will probably need the application reference rather than the appeal: 05/01422/W

Nic Shepherd

The Planning Inspectorate
Crown Buildings
Cathays Park

So today I have sent an email to our council...


Subject: 05/1422/W

Dear Sir/Madam

Re: Planning Application No: 05/1422/W
Retention of Feathered Edge Fence at 7 Whinberry Way, St Fagans, Cardiff.

Following the refusal of the above planning application by Cardiff County Council, Mr C Black appealed to The Planning Inspectorate. His appeal reference no APP/Z6815/A/06/1197717 was dismissed on the 25th April 2006 and I have looked forward to the removal of this offending fence. The weeks have rolled by and this fence is still in place. I did not expect this fence to be removed immediately and feel the applicant should be given sufficient time to complete this work. No work has taken place and I wonder if Mr Black thinks this issue has been forgotten?

Please can you tell me,

1) How much time is an applicant given to comply with a planning order?

2) What can I do to invoke compliance with a planning decision?

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Clynes
11 Crosswells Way
St Fagans

Again, time will tell what happens next.
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