Gross failures by Pembrokeshire County Council Conservation Area Enforcment.
This traditional Pembrokeshire Cottage was sound and habitable, until it was bought by a developer, who applied to demolish it to incorporated it in a massive redevelopment which was turned down. It is now being deliberately neglected following the example set by PCC owned properties . What a waste.
OCTOBER the cottage has now been tidied up and repaired.Conservation Area recent plastic door
How to destroy a limestone lime mortar traditional building, remove the render repoint with ribbon cement mortar guaranteed to fail within twenty years and dissolve the lime mortar infill, making the inside incurably damp.By order of PCC Building requirements.
PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL GO AND HAVE A LOOK AT ST FLORENCE
Not sure that the council can stop repointing with cement mortar just because the building is on a conservation area, but if they wanted to enforce it they'd need ten times as many staff. I am certain however that St Florence is well outside the National Park
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