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Planning Permission For Satellite Dish
This is a discussion on Planning Permission For Satellite Dish within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; SKY do know about this. In Bath you cant have a dish in the city centre at all. If you ...
- 04-10-06, 08:46 PM #11
SKY do know about this. In Bath you cant have a dish in the city centre at all. If you call to book SKY (am Dixons/Currys/Currys.digital staff member) they know right away about issues in areas like Bath any how. And they will not book it at all.
James:-) Errrr Right
- 05-10-06, 10:12 AM #12
A lot of City/Town centers are very fussy to any changes which may alter the characteristics of the buildings. To be honest I've never seen a dish in my City center.
I've been instructed by my MP to make copies of all correspondence which I've sent recorded delivery to the Delivery Firm and forward them on to the County Court so they will also have an up to date picture of what has and is happening.
Thanks for all your help Newsreader and taking the time to discuss my dilemma, I appreciate it.
I'll keep you updated.
- 05-10-06, 12:17 PM #13
Good luck Gaz and I hope it all turns out good for you.Ray
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- 05-10-06, 12:49 PM #14
- 05-10-06, 01:02 PM #15
Good luck with your claim Gaztops.
I'm curious about one thing though. Have you now applied for (or been granted) planning permission for the dish?
With no permission, I guess the local authority would be able to order you to take it down anyway and you would still have to honour your contract with Sky.
- 05-10-06, 01:30 PM #16
I have phoned the Council Planning Department and i spoke to a lady who stated that officially I do need planning permission for the dish, but off the record and unofficially, the Council Planning department will not chase me for a planning application.
The lady also said that probably the only time that the Council will take interest in my dish, would be if they received complaints from neighbouring households.
The problem with living in a conservation area is that we are not allowed to change the appearance of our properties. The planning permission is required for the appearance of the dish and not it's actual location.
My dish is located at the rear of my property, a lot of people have theirs on the front. If the Council ever changes it's views and orders me to take the dish down, then I will make sure that everyone else in the street gets the same treatment.
What's good for the goose......
- 05-10-06, 01:47 PM #17
As long it's only neighbours who can complain, I guess you'll be OK.
I was just thinking that the firm who knocked your dish off in the first place might grass you up as revenge!
Good luck anyway.
- 05-10-06, 01:54 PM #18
The Delivery Firm are using this Conservation Planning Permission as their sole defence for not coughing up for the damage caused by their driver.
My local MP is convinced that I will win my case, I just hope the Judge agrees.
Thanks Andrew for the goodluck, i think I'm gonna need it.
- 20-10-06, 01:42 AM #19
yuour entitled to claim for the cost of the replacment dish plush any work for putting it up , plus the issue fee and interest that has acrrued since you issued the claim and the special damages rate. this amount will be decided by the court
also make sure that you claim for any loss of earning etc
- 20-10-06, 05:19 PM #20
The boss of the delivery firm is gonna wish he had paid up in the first place.
That's very useful information, many thanks Kill Bill.