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Original message (posted by John59)
I see it's official then, developers can do what they damn well like even though they have planning conditions imposed on them.
As the desecration of the fields off Rose Hill proves.

1. Must leave area of archaeological interest cordoned off for set period - so they agree the area to be left and then .... they send diggers into it and scrape off the top of the roman road before the archaeologists can discover and record fully 2000 yr old heritage

2. they ignore a number of conditions (which are supposed to be satidžsfied BEFORE the ystart work - and start work.

3. Surveyor's seen on Bryn Rec. this week. Nw that's interesting because the outline planning permission was givn ON CONDITION that the plans to build on the rec. were removed . It is afterall bequeathed to the peeps of Ashton-in-Mkerfield. Yet they are still planning to bulldoze that white efalump of a 'relief' (sic) road intended to serve the 3-sisters Indžustrial Estate, which will then return via Ashton Centre.
Another condition blatantly ignored.

And what do the clowncil do ? Apply sanctions (big fines) ? pull the planning permission ? .... why no, they firmly and menacingly declare ........ you go ahead at your own risk.

It's a joke it really is.
 
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