Bid to turn partial derelict building into flats

Daily Echo: Bid to turn partial derelict building into flats Bid to turn partial derelict building into flats

A BUILDING in Southampton could be reconstructed to contain five flats.

The city council’s planning panel will run the rule of Manjinder Sandhu’s application on Tuesday.

The building in Vinery Road is currently partially derelict, and he wants to rebuild it to contain five self-contained flats.

Councillors have been recommended to approve the application at Tuesday’s meeting.

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8:55pm Sun 11 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

Why is it that planners are recommended to approve applications like this, that benefit nobody but the landlords pocket?

The application proposes to overdevelop the existing site, provide poor quality standard of living and will impact on local residents as no car parking is being provided.

I think there's back handlers going on with some of these applications.
Why is it that planners are recommended to approve applications like this, that benefit nobody but the landlords pocket? The application proposes to overdevelop the existing site, provide poor quality standard of living and will impact on local residents as no car parking is being provided. I think there's back handlers going on with some of these applications. sotonboy84
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