Dear Monitoring Officer 7-May-2019

The whole point of the original complaint, which I have attached, made when UK Docks restarted work on the enclosure in January 2014, was that they had not applied for retrospective planning permission and as far as I am aware they had not before they applied for permission to extend it, 20-05-2014. You can confirm that this is true.

Angela and therefore Julie have been misinformed by UK Docks and you can confirm that also. To it bluntly, whoever told them that UK Docks had submitted a retrospective application was lying. Continue reading Dear Monitoring Officer 7-May-2019

Retrospective-permission?

It was confirmed by the Council on 19-Dec-19 that retrospective planning was not awarded

01/05/19 View message Sent from Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
Hi Mick
I appreciate your arguments, but this far down the line there is nothing we can do.
Angela has talked to several relevant people, and the point is the council gave retrospective planning. Which they are allowed to do.
We are working with Angela to negate further issues with the site. It’s all we can do now: limit noise and any other issues If they occur.

Regards
Julie Routledge
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone. Continue reading Retrospective-permission?

New Liaisons: Spring 2019

Below is the exchange that led to text from Julie 1st May;

Hi Mick
I appreciate your arguments, but this far down the line there is nothing we can do. 
Angela has talked to several relevant people, and the point is the council gave retrospective planning. 
Which they are allowed to do.
We are working with Angela to negate further issues with the site.
It's all we can do now: limit noise and any other issues If they occur.
Regards
Julie Routledge

Subject: Re: UK Docks / Harbour View Residents Concerns
From: mick.dawson@theharbourview.co.uk
Date: Wed, February 27, 2019 11:17 am
To: “Cllr Angela Hamilton” <Cllr.Angela.Hamilton@southtyneside.gov.uk>
Cc: “Mick Dawson” <mick.dawson@theharbourview.co.uk>
“Emma Lewell-Buck”
“Dave and Julie Routledge”

Dear Angela,

Sorry about the quality of the attached print. It gives the authorised height of the shed which is not what UK Docks told the Council. The heights are clearer on the full sized print: the roof 118.8 meters above the datum and the footings are 96.1 meters above it making 12.7 meters altogether.

The first part of the shed is 15.5 meters tall at that point which is nearly 3 meters taller than permitted and the reason the shed it is still there is because UK Docks sent in documents to support the fraud that the shed has been built to an approved height.

Please confront them with the truth about their shed and see what they say. I and everybody else on my mailing list would dearly love to know.

If they show you 8296/1A or 1B claiming an approved height just point out that they show the river end as 15.5m as well. The river end is nearly 3 meters downhill and the roof does not slope down towards the river.

Good luck, I hope you fare better than when Emma went to see them in March 2017. Incidentally the containers did not get placed on top of each other until August of that year.

Kind regards,
Michael


Hi Mick
Just wanted to let you know that Emma Lewell-Buck and I are meeting
with UK Docks at the end of this week.
I will provide an update on any progress after the meeting.
Regards Angela

Councillor Angela Hamilton
Beacon and Bents Ward


On Thu, Feb 21, 2019 at 1:01 PM +0000, “Mick Dawson” wrote:
Dear David (Francis),

I wish you luck with your enquiries but you are wasting your time asking Cllr Anglin to do anything about UK Docks. He sided with them years ago when I wrote and told him that the shed was too wide. When he wrote back he just repeated the lie that “it was built to approved plans” but what he did not know was the planning officer concerned was also hiding the fact that it was too tall behind that statement as well.

I think Cllr Anglin soon found this out but by then he was stuck with being one of UK Docks promoters and by the subsequent actions of the planning officer and his boss, so are the rest of the Council, and you can see that from my current feud with one of the Council’s Solicitors.

When I say the rest of the Council I include Cllr McMillan. Like Cllr Anglin she hides behind the wall of obfuscation erected to protect the Council officers who allowed the shed to be built at all. Cllr Hamilton must be excluded from ‘the rest of the Council’ as she like us, is stuck on the outside of the wall of silence.

By the way I have no objection to UK Docks placing their Headquarters on the site. It is the shipyard that I object to.

I’ve included Stuart Wright in the mailing as I believe he is in charge of planning. When permission was granted for the shed a restriction was placed on the working hours because of the location of the site and that is a planning issue which has not been resolved whatever Cllr Anglin tells you.

Kind regards

Michael Dawson


From: David Francis<mailto:davidfrancisdrums@hotmail.co.uk>
Sent: 21 February 2019 09:24
To: cllr.john.anglin@southtyneside.gov.uk;
cllr.angela.hamilton@southtyneside.gov.uk;
cllr.audrey.mcmillan@southtyneside.gov.uk;

Subject: Re: UK Docks / Harbour View Residents Concerns

Hi
Following my emails on the 4th Feb and then the 12th Feb, I just
wondered where we are with all of this? A number of local residents are
seeking clarification.

Many thanks,
David