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Monday, August 5, 2013

Eco-couple told to pull down their 'hobbit home' made entirely out of natural materials . . . but without planning permission

On Friday night I was told by three of my invisible friends, including our beloved VIP, CM, that the inner supporting structure of the Dark cabal had collapsed. I understood that some important figures upholding that and who were responsible for keeping their Dark activities going had done a duck! And then was given a visual of a hand and fingers running slowly across a house of cards (theirs!) now collapsing...

Could it just be...?
If so, glory, glory be... :-)

The remaining Darkie cabal's desperation to resist as the Light legion advances even while one failure after the next stares them in the eye(tho we'll never read of it in their controlled global media), now see them thrashing about with last-ditch, sad efforts to terrorise as many as possible. And that includes any and everyone that attempts to stand up to their 'laws', those who live off-the-grid and those employing various means of self-sufficiency in their respective lifestyles.
At least, this has been the slow-creeping situation in the police state conditions of the United States.
Although the rest of Europe seems to be left alone in the main, as are we here in Africa, it looks like the government patsies in the United Kingdom are under some pressure to catch up to the US's great example in this heartbreaking story below.

An excellent example to NOT let experiences such as these leave a bad taste in our mouths, especially if we are doing similarly in our lives. Rather, let the experience of the Williams' below fuel us on higher and further in making stands in any and every way we know how against the cabal in their final days. And preferably in large numbers!

In magic, madness and mystery


Treebeard: The couple have used a whole tree as a supporting structure for their home, fondly nicknamed the 'hobbit house' by locals

Eco-couple told to pull down their 'hobbit home' made entirely out of natural materials . . . but without planning permission

Family of three is made homeless by planning inspector's decision
They built their home from scratch, but have been ordered to tear it down
The couple admit they built it without first getting planning permission
Their labour of love was branded 'harmful' to the countryside

By Stuart Woledge

2 August 2013

Homeless: Charlie Hague and Megan Williams, with their only child Eli, have been left homeless by Pembrokeshire County Council's demolition order

A young couple have been left heartbroken after planners ordered their unique 'hobbit home' to be bulldozed, effectively leaving them homeless.

Charlie Hague and Megan Williams, both 25, built the roundhouse from scratch with their own hands, using only natural materials.

But the couple lost their appeal today against a planning enforcement notice telling them to tear their pride and joy home down.

Charlie and Megan, who have a one-year-old son Eli, built the house on private land in Glandwr, North Pembrokeshire, last summer.

Locals nicknamed it the hobbit home, although most people did not even know it was there because it is so secluded.

But Pembrokeshire County Council ordered the couple to demolish their home because it was built without planning permission.

Charlie and Megan, who live a self-sufficient lifestyle, fought the decision claiming it had a low impact on the environment because of its unique construction.

Charlie, a sculptor and woodworker, said: 'We built this house to provide our son with a healthy environment to grow up in.

'We were born in the area, went to school here, and have lived here all our lives. We wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.'

The pair acknowledged their property was built without prior consent but said there was no other way for them to afford their own home.

Megan said: 'I know it’s not a possibility for everyone, and our situation here is unique, but if young people are to live and work in the area they need somewhere to live.'

The couple’s appeal was dismissed by planning inspector Iwan Lloyd, who ruled the development harmed the character and appearance of the countryside.

The inspector upheld the council’s enforcement notice, which requires the roundhouse and all associated work, including the timber decking, be demolished.
Middle Earth: Charlie Hague and Megan Williams' home has been compared to a hobbit's. But the couple have been ordered to tear their idyllic dwelling down by a killjoy council.

Middle Earth: Charlie Hague and Megan Williams' home has been compared to a hobbit's. The couple have been ordered to tear their idyllic dwelling down

The order gives the couple two months to return the land to its previous condition.

Mr Lloyd’s report stated: 'The character and appearance of the countryside should be protected for its intrinsic sake.

'The benefits of a low-impact development do not outweigh the harm to the character and appearance of the countryside.'

Friends said the couple were half expecting their appeal to be turned down but were still 'devastated' by the decision.

Unique: The couple's front room, complete. They started building their house using only naturally resourced materials last year

Killjoy council: The couple have been unable to convince the authorities to let them keep their unique home

One friend said: 'They are heartbroken - the roundhouse is a thing of great beauty which they put their hearts and souls into.

'They are a young couple who should be applauded for solving their own housing issues by creating a sustainable home out of local materials.

'Instead they are now facing the prospect of watching it being razed to the ground.'

The couple have one last chance - they have applied for retrospective planning permission but their friends said they feared it was a lost cause.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2382684/Charlie-Hague-Megan-Williams-told-pull-hobbit-home-entirely-natural-materials.html#ixzz2b5PTbH4M
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