Aren't there any better photos/plans/sketches than this?
Despite what is being claimed, this 'structure' might not
actually have required any building regs or
By the sound of things this 'illegal structure' had to actually be
demolished, unlike some
'legal structures' which seemed to fall-down of their own accord!
It remains to be seen, I suspect, whether or not, this so-called 'illegal
actually illegal or not. I suspect that it was perfectly legal.
There's a better one on the Shropshire Star paper's website for
pictures to buy -- I don't know if this will link, but if not you can
reach it by searching on "Nseowo" on www.shropshirestarpix.com:
I had problems with an attic conversion built by a previous owner of
my 1st floor flat. The local building control (Scotland) were very
much concerned with fire regs - it cost a fortune to fix to their
satisfaction when I was selling! Phone building control and explain
the situation - they don't bite.
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