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Tag: Department of Planning

Election billboard put up without consent

Election billboard put up without consent

| 17/04/2017 | 6 Comments
Does a political candidate have the right to erect a billboard on private property without the owner’s permission? There are some who think they do and refuse to remove the signage. Is the property owner allowed to remove the aforementioned signage since they have not approved its instalment [...]

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Curious about new construction

Curious about new construction

| 05/04/2017 | 5 Comments
What is being built on the beach in front of Bodden Town Cemetery? Auntie’s answer: I can help point you in the right direction for this question but you are going to have to do a bit of research to get the answer you seek. I did first ask the Ministry of Planning for guidance. […] [...]

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Complaint about container sitting in neighbour’s yard

Complaint about container sitting in neighbour’s yard

| 27/03/2017 | 6 Comments
One of my neighbours has a 40-foot metal container in his yard and has done since we moved in five years ago. They are an utter eyesore. We have spoken with him and he won’t move them. My wife thinks there is a solution, but given the number of these ugly things around the island, I don̵ [...]

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Neighbours living in unfinished house

Neighbours living in unfinished house

| 04/08/2016 | 22 Comments
Where or how do I go about reporting to the planning department some people that are living in a house that they are building but is not close to be completed and have no planning permission to be living there yet? I know of circumstances where people are building and have finished the roof and [&he [...]

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Is construction allowed on ironshore?

Is construction allowed on ironshore?

| 21/06/2016 | 0 Comments
Are developers allowed to extend apartments and build out onto the ironshore? Auntie’s answer: While I do not profess to know all the ins and outs of what is and isn’t allowed to be built, I do know that all building permission must go through the same process. The Central Planning Authority (CP [...]

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