With the rise of social isolation, the increasing impact of climate change and our increasingly monotonous home designs, the Council has acted to interfere unreasonably in the quiet enjoyment of this property. We call upon Council to grant retroactive planning approval so that this national landmark, of cultural, environmental and social values, which demonstrates the power of communities and families to overcome the environmental vandalism our governments have failed so massively to address.
This house has been internationally recognised as a wonderful social, ecological and cultural asset that the county could benefit from, and we ask the Council to respect this through providing planning approval.
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