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Topic: Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours
Posted by: James Putland
Date/Time: 30/09/21 20:20:00

If I am reading this correctly, there were many objections to planning for this development, namely based upon the height of a fence in the deeds. However, when sufficient money was thrown at the problem, there were no objections. Is that a reasonable summary? I donít know your individual case, but amidst a shortage of housing I read about many objections to development in Ealing. Perhaps those objections based on lost views, environment and other reasonable factors, are actually just a case of not being offered sufficient money?


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Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours29/09/21 20:27:00 Victor Mishiku
   Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours29/09/21 22:40:00 Rosco White
      Re:Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours30/09/21 08:55:00 Raymond Havelock
   Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours30/09/21 20:20:00 James Putland
      Re:Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours30/09/21 20:40:00 Rosco White
      Re:Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours01/10/21 11:18:00 Tony Heath
         Re:Re:Re:Restrictive Covenant Breach - Compensation of £224,000 awarded to Ealing neighbours01/10/21 15:16:00 Victor Mishiku
            Following legal case - house now up for sale21/10/21 03:53:00 Victor Mishiku
               Re:Following legal case - house now up for sale21/10/21 10:01:00 Tony Heath

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