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Government relaxes planning restrictions to allow airports in back gardens

The government has announced a relaxation of current planning laws in England, removing the requirement for people to get permission from local planning officers for any house extension up to the size of two runways big enough to land Airbus A380 passenger jets in their back garden.

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Posted: Sep 10th, 2012
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Pope denied planning permission for Kingdom of God

‘It was clear from the record number of objections we received in respect of this application that to grant permission would have been hugely controversial,’ Martin Broderick from UNCBU told reporters.

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Posted: Mar 2nd, 2011
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Planning permission loophole scuppers crucifixion of Jesus

Jesus Christ was freed today after it transpired that planning laws prevented the erection at Calvary of temporary or permanent structures, such as large wooden crosses.

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Posted: Apr 2nd, 2010
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Windsor woman distraught after court orders demolition of her castle

An 83-year old pensioner was said to be ‘devastated’ last night after she lost her battle to save her castle-style home from being demolished. The elderly woman, known only as ‘Mrs Q’, was finally defeated yesterday when the High Court ruled that her home was unlawful and had to come down as there was no record of planning permission having been granted.

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Posted: Feb 5th, 2010
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Mystery of Stonehenge solved following discovery of 5000-year-old planning application

locals outraged, but recognised opportunity for career progession‘Stonehenge was going to be the world’s first out of town shopping centre,’

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Posted: Jun 24th, 2009
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