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ahead despite protests From York Press We've got a couple of semis in our street converted to large HMO's for students, and we don't have a huge problem with them.

within a year). What we don't like however, is that the houses converted will never again be family homes, which is very sad. they "live" there, and it's more than somewhere to study/party/crash/re We've got a couple of semis in our street converted to large HMO's for students, and we don't have a huge problem with them. within a year). What we don't like however, is that the houses converted will never again be family homes, which is very sad. they "live" there, and it's more than somewhere to study/party/crash/re We've got a couple of semis in our street converted to large HMO's for students, and we don't have a huge problem with them. within a year). What we don't like however, is that the houses converted will never again be family homes, which is very sad. they "live" there, and it's more than somewhere to study/party/crash/re I'm one of the objectors and agree with most of your comments. It really is pot luck as far as student behaviour is concerned but car provision doesn't seem a concern at Planning Committee level. As long as they make provision for a cycle shed at the rear of the property the committee seem to think they'll leave there cars at home and cycle instead. There are many salient issues here but, until the Planning Committee have the bottle to question National and Local Directives and back their local communities, parasitic landlords will continue to ride roughshod over the wishes of the electorate who only wish to live in peace and harmony with their neighbours. Landlords, in general, come across as really patronising, slippery characters who will do anything to feather their own nests. I'm one of the objectors and agree with most of your comments. It really is pot luck as far as student behaviour is concerned but car provision doesn't seem a concern at Planning Committee level. As long as they make provision for a cycle shed at the rear of the property the committee seem to think they'll leave there cars at home and cycle instead. There are many salient issues here but, until the Planning Committee have the bottle to question National and Local Directives and back their local communities, parasitic landlords will continue to ride roughshod over the wishes of the electorate who only wish to live in peace and harmony with their neighbours. It really is pot luck as far as student behaviour is concerned but car provision doesn't seem a concern at Planning ray ban with glass lenses Committee level. As long as they make provision for a cycle shed at the rear of the property the committee seem to think they'll leave there cars at home and cycle instead. There are many salient issues here but, until the Planning Committee have the bottle to question National and Local Directives and back their local communities, parasitic landlords will continue to ride roughshod over the wishes of the electorate who only wish to live in peace and harmony with their neighbours. Landlords, in general, come across as really patronising, slippery characters who will do anything to feather their own nests. It is deffo the car issue that's our biggest gripe. There's probably 6 lads in the HMO and they EACH have a car, despite living probably a 10 min walk at most from St. John's. What makes it worse is that a couple of them seem to have girlfriends with their own cars too, then mates that drive and park in the street just to walk to the chuffin' college! So at best there are 6 cars for a house with one space, at worse there can be up to 8 or so cars! In a street that's already a "park and stride" for seemingly most of York's commuters! I note they also have a bike rack installed at the front of the house but as yet I've not seen a single bike. Occasional noise isn't the issue. But it IS a shame that it's another "family home" obliterated. It is deffo the car issue that's our biggest gripe. There's probably 6 lads in the HMO and they EACH have a car, despite living probably a 10 min walk at most from St. John's. What makes it worse is that a couple of them seem to have girlfriends with their own cars too, then mates that drive and park in the street just to walk to the chuffin' college! So at best there are 6 cars for a house with one space, at worse there can be up to 8 or so cars! In a street that's already a "park and stride" for seemingly most of York's commuters! I note they also have a bike rack installed at the front of the house but as yet I've not seen a single bike. Occasional noise isn't the issue. There's probably 6 lads in the HMO and they EACH have a car, despite living probably a 10 min walk at most from St. John's. What makes it worse is that a couple of them seem to have girlfriends with their own cars too, then mates that drive and park in the street just to walk to the chuffin' college! So at best there are 6 cars for a house with one space, at worse there can be up to 8 or so cars! In a street that's already a "park and stride" for seemingly most of York's commuters! I note they raybans sun glasses also have a bike rack installed at the front of the house but as yet I've not seen a single bike. Occasional noise isn't the issue. But it IS a shame that it's another "family home" obliterated. So we have Both Residents and the Local Councilor disagreeing. Yet the Council give the go ahead. 2 things strike me 1. Council are NOT Listening. 2 University problem reference students. When will the Council of Blunders Listen, York Residents are fed up, off with students and both Universities riding rough shot over Residents. Dave Ruddock So we have Both Residents and the Local Councilor disagreeing. Yet the Council give the go ahead. 2 things strike me 1. Council are NOT Listening. 2 University problem reference students. When will the Council of Blunders Listen, York Residents are fed up, off with students and both Universities riding rough shot over Residents. The problem here in York, ray ban latest model 2016 especially when you live in an area close to the University, is the Council for years has been obsessed with the priority to 'look after' students to the detriment of the residents of this city. They are puppets who dance to the tune called by the University, they have built a huge number of new accommodation units, given planning permission for change of use to buildings that were serving local communities so that recreational areas are available for the all conquering students. Why does this Council and all previous ones not use the same energies and common sense to the provision of a building programme for new council houses to replace ones sold off from stock never mind the provision of new stock to address the totally unacceptable level of the Council waiting list. The problem here in York, especially when you live in an area close to the University, is the Council for years has been obsessed with the priority to 'look after' students to the detriment of the residents of this city. They are puppets who dance to the tune called by the University, they have built a huge number of new accommodation units, given planning permission for change of use to buildings that were serving local communities so that recreational areas are available for the all conquering students. Why does this Council and all previous ones not use the same energies and common sense to the ray ban wayfarer folding provision of a building programme for new council houses to replace ones sold off from stock never mind the provision of new stock to address the totally unacceptable level of the Council waiting list.

For heavens sake DO THE JOB YOU ARE PAID FOR AND LOOK AFTER THE RESIDENTS OF YORK!!!!!The problem here in York, especially when you live in an area close to the University, is the Council for years has been obsessed with the priority to 'look after' students to the detriment of the residents of this city. They are puppets who dance to the tune called by the University, they have built a huge number of new accommodation units, given planning permission for change of use to buildings that were serving local communities so that recreational areas are available for the all conquering students. Why does this Council and all previous ones not use the same energies and common sense to the provision of a building programme for new council houses to replace ones sold off from stock never mind the provision of new stock to address the totally unacceptable level of the Council waiting list.


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