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dave23869

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"Ain’t some uk rules mind bogggling" 6:07pm Saturday 6th Feb | Moved from Chat


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last here: 12:19pm Saturday 27th Feb
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from: near whitby north yorkshi

Me and my parents live in a grade 2 listed cottage it was the barns to the farm next door was changed before we moved in and made into a lovely cottage why is what used to be cow buildings so important it’s a grade 2 listed building my parents and I want to go green and have solar panels installed to
Provide our electricity but we’re unsure of how and if it can be done on s listed building just seems so wrong that we’re unable to just go ahead and installl them surely it’s better for us and the planet and the yorkshirenational park there’s houses in my village that have solar panels but because what was once a cow shed building and now is our house is listed we can’t have them ludicrous better for us and the planet that we’re all supposed to be saving rant over


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"RE: Ain’t some uk rules mind bogggling" 6:54pm Saturday 6th Feb


joined: 6th Mar 10
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from: SOUTH YORKS

Think you still can Dave but need listed building consent and planning permission.

Why not contact your local planning dept. for advice as a starting point.

Good luck.


Tony




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dave23869

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"RE: Ain’t some uk rules mind bogggling" 8:47pm Saturday 6th Feb


joined: 2nd May 04
last here: 12:19pm Saturday 27th Feb
posts: 1278
from: near whitby north yorkshi

We are going to try it just thought with it being a good thing for the environment it would be a lot easier and straight forward to do


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