A man has been denied permission to build a conservatory at his property after planning officers decided that the structure would be overbearing on the applicant’s neighbours.
The Guardian’s Cardiff blogger Hannah Waldram stated that David Hobbs, from Clos Y Bryn, Rhwbina was not given permission to build the conservatory after a lengthy application process.
The Anglian Blog Team have previously reported on the problems that may arise with planning permission. Cliff Richard was forced to take down his conservatory due to irregularities in the planning process.
People considering investing in a conservatory or veranda from Anglian will get expert advice throughout the planning application process from the company’s advisers.
“But a petition was also submitted on behalf of the applicant – Mr Hobbs and his partner gathered 65 names in support of the conservatory – although planning officers highlighted only two of these names were from the Rhwbina area,” she reported.
Anglian has plenty of experience when it comes to dealing with applications and was recently presented with an award to celebrate the processing of its 5,000th e-planning application using the government’s planning portal.
Anglian Home Improvements, formally known as Anglian Windows, has been successfully selling home improvement products for over 40 years.