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Grant retrospective planning permission to Charlie and Meg's roundhouse

Grant retrospective planning permission to Charlie and Meg's roundhouse

    1. Petition by

      Megan Williams

      Glandwr, United Kingdom

We have built a home on private land in the area that we both grew up in. It is built out of low impact, natural and recycled materials. In building the house we have not caused any negative effects on the surrounding area or its population, we have simply created shelter as is our human right. We understand that the planning system is there for a reason, however we feel that big steps need to be taken in order to make low impact living more achievable and accessible to the population. Our application contains a One Planet Development management plan which sets out our plans for living lightly on the land. This management plan follows One Planet Development Practical Guidance Technical Advice Note 6 dated October 2012 guidelines set out by the Welsh Assembly and therefore our home is in accordance with these targets.

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Grant retrospective planning permission to Charlie and Meg's roundhouse

Sincerely,
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    • Janine Brodigan SITTINGBOURNE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 9 hours ago

      Because we need more sustainable housing that is not detrimental to the local or general environment. This property sits quietly within it's location, harms nothing and no one and should be allowed to continue to do so.

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    • frans cnoops VORDEN (NL), NETHERLANDS
      • 1 day ago

      This decision has false grounds to obstruct something which has not gone the Official route. Have a heart and some common sense please.

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    • Jeffrey Polidor EAST SANDWICH, MA
      • 2 days ago

      this house looks ghetto af

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    • LAURA BREAKEY KAMLOOPS, CANADA
      • 2 days ago

      Human rights are always more important than money. Shame on you, councillors, for making money more important than human beings.

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    • Cecilia Alegret ARGENTINA
      • 2 days ago

      claro que lo es no solo porque es bellisima, rescata y se funde con la naturaleza, sino tambien porque fomenta la posibilidad de ser autosustentable.

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