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ste_167

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My neighbours are planning to erect an extension to their home which will block my view of the hills. I wasn't consulted, and planning permission has been granted. Where do I stand legally? Surely, I should have been involved as it will directly affect me, and ultimately the value of my home. Anyway, back on topic.. I can't get a hard-on, is [*I AM STUPID SPAMMER*] the way to go?
 

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depends. usually in the uk, they have to put a notice up in a publicly visible spot (e.g. on the wall of their house) saying what they intend to do. actually, i think its the councils notice, but its there responsibility to put it up. If one of these wasnt around, you could object to the planning comitee?
 

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I'm not sure I'd like the council the putting up a notice. I'm a little embarrassed, to be honest, as it's quite personal. Would it have a picture of me on it?
 

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Just place your email address on a couple of websites and in some usenet posts and you'll quickly get several useful medication offers to help you out :)
 

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:D They've already been sending me some, the helpful people. I was a little paranoid at first. How do they know??
 
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I burst out laughing when I this topic...

Try looking at old wrinkly ladies while simultaneously watching the weather channel.
 
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