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Save The Cabin campaign

by (Alex) last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:22 AM
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by (Alex) last modified Dec 03, 2010

Gina Barton from Tamworth has been  in touch to alert readers about the imminent closure of her beautician business . "I've been running my spray tanning business from my shed at home for 12 months," she says. "Unfortunately due to a complaint Tamworth Borough Council have given me four months to remove the shed and stop trading." Her converted garden shed is used as a waiting and treatment room for clients. She admits that she didn't apply for planning permission and although she could apply for retrospective permission feels that she has no chance of success A Facebook campaign called Save the Cabin has nearly 700 members and is aiming to get to 1,000 members to help persuade the council to let Gina continue to trade from her garden office. Please do consider joining up. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Friday posts are sponsored by Extraspace, the flat-packed, man-portable expandable garden building experts. Click here for more details






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