Housing society due this year, but still a lot of construction incomplete
Bedford, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2012 -- The Developer that put up advertisement signs in a neighborhood in Bradford has been forced to apologize by campaigners, who took strict action against a new housing estate.
Whereas Barratt Homes, of the National House Builders has passed an order to tear all those hundreds of green and white advertising sings by a new estate called Vision and on land off North Dean Avenue, Braithwaite, Kieghley, after when it was found that they all have been put up without the permission or authorization.
One of the spokesperson for Barratt said, according to thetelegraphandargus.co.uk,
“As soon as we realized that our contractors had erected the signs without proper authorization, they were immediately taken down. We are very mindful of minimizing any disruption to existing residents, and we hope that they accept our sincere apologies on this matter.”
A spokesman said that the Braithwaite and North Dean Action Group (BANDAG), which was campaigning against the development for years forced this apology by sending the letters to the council over and over again until the action was announced.
Spokesman Barbra Archer said, it took month of complaints in order to force Barratt to bow down and remove their ad since they were all without any authorization, as they started to go up unexpectedly on land and on lampposts in Keighley in April.
“The authority only made Barratt take them down after many letters. In comparison, just before the last May bank holiday, an entrepreneur put up small banners around town to advertise his funfair at the back of Church Green. Within hours of these being put up the enforcement officer threatened a substantial fine if he did not remove all the banners,” said Barbra Archer.
She also added that the Council told them upon the complaints by a group of people that, the ads that are placed for a shorter time periods are allowed as there is no harm in that and is not illegal.
One of the spokes-man of Bradford Council said that, “We are investigating all the signs, some of which were on Council land and some which may need advertisement consent.”
However now Barratt Homes has stated their plans for the first cleanup program of 190 homes, that are on the controversial housing development last year. They are still due and to be completed this year.
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