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Clare Barber on Manx Radio


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Unfortunately if planning permission is given unless an appeal is lodged the Minister’s hands are tied.   This is what Boot tried to explain when the St Marks debacle came up before.  The Commissioners had passed it and the planning committee passed it…no one objected or appealed in the given time.    The fact that the notice was partially concealed by foliage and that the trees had not been clearly marked just emphasised the underhand way these things are done.    These applications are now getting more scrutiny, hopefully, at the moment there is a new application in place at St Marks for a new entry to the farmhouse we will see how that goes, hopefully the new Commissioners are more centered in their thinking.




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