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'The Seven Whistlers',
Peter King of Manor Cottage, situated just South of the Seven Whistlers property, says:
“The restoration at The Seven Whistlers has started this week and it is immediately evident from the poor condition of the roof just how much work requires to be undertaken at the property.
Although I have not yet had the opportunity to meet the new owners, I have spoken at some length to the builder and I detail my understanding as follows. He assures me that the owners’ intentions are to restore the 1722 property as closely as possible to its original condition. The planning application sets out the materials to be used on the site and they would seem to be sympathetic to the very old building and the much later extension. The ‘Well’ and the vast majority of the cobbled internal wall will be retained and hopefully restored.
The application for enlargement of the 1986 addition to The Seven Whistlers, together with its sub-division from the original building to make two separate properties, are at the heart of the present planning application. The builder acknowledges that some detail is missing from the current plan (e.g. proposed enlarged garage dimensions) but advises that the owners would like to gain in principle approval and will respond to any queries which arise. The case officer for NNDC is Gary Linder (direct dial 01263 516152). From my discussion with him it would seem that:
A few further points.
Please note the closing date for objections to the planning application is Monday, April 21st”
Peter King Manor Cottage Cross Street Salthouse