Wednesday, 18 November 2009
When Planning Permission was given for this development a condition was that a 10 metre strip was to be left wild to give a buffer for the wildlife which rely on using the banks of the Mill Pond a Local Nature Reserve.
The builder was cutting the trees down to provide a view so he could sell the houses. He was stopped, the owner then strimmed the strip clear he was stopped. Now the whole area has been cleared to bare soil. Just shows how PCC enforce Planning Conditions.
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
The Council House Estate on the Green was built soon after the War. Housing built to Parker Morris Standards built of traditional materials by craftsmen. Good size gardens, when the estate was laid out the hedgerow trees were incorporated in the layout.
With sale the owners are free to do what they want the latest fad is to remove the chimneys, one owner does it they all follow.
THIS CHIMNEY IS BEING REPAIRED IT WILL LAST ANOTHER 70YEARS
Read and digest as we were told in school. Note the involvement of Angela Burns AM as the latest recruit to the concern at the disgrace which is Pembroke.
The latest is the campaign to demolish the Burgage Walls to the North of Main Street to build a car park for 150 cars.
We must applaud the Conservation Officer who has passed the latest conversions in the Conservation Area and be aware of all the horrors which are being proposed many planned fifty years ago.
Please back the owner of 36 Main Street and do not blame him for the complex situation and the condition of the property.