Thursday, 18 April 2013

Tudor Pembroke Disney Version

The scheme now operating in the Main Street is destroying the long term value of historic buildings by not following conservation guidelines (PCC) and using incompatible renders and finishes.
The paving proposals for the East End are innappropriate very vulnerable to damage by traffic or vehicle access to the adjacent properties, will require regular maintenance and is just a passing
 Pembroke was chosen as one of the two original Conservation Areas because it was a relatively   complete walled town to prepare for this the then Council demolished  and degraded one quarter of the existing walls to allow commercial development in advance of the Conservation Area .
The remaining walls were damaged by the Conservation Officer and are degrading daily.
The money for the paving would be better spent conserving the remaining walls before they fall down.

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