[Bell Historians] Hanley Stoke on Trent

John H Allen john at q_TUEnQGGRfaB1vHzMu5mwJQ28Orl0OwUlzEQxeIbAEhBZfXFpFG8ctisvQZ3vl_OdNohnk420kRVSm6sw.yahoo.invalid
Thu Oct 15 08:42:57 BST 2009



1)    The set of 10 bells are important artefacts of the listed church and
form an integral part of its special character. The applicant has supplied
no over-riding reason, special merit or significant justification why the
bells should be removed from their setting and present location at this
time. Removal of the bells would be contrary to policy NC18 of the
Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Structure Plan 1996 - 2011 and to advice in
PPG15 Planning and the Historic Environment.


This is the link to the Stoke City Council web site.









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On what grounds was the refusal made?


On Thu Oct 15 6:17 , Robert Lewis sent:


At 22:38 14/10/2009, John wrote:

Earlier today, Stoke on Trent City Council refused Listed Building Consent
to remove the 10 G & J bells as the first step towards a transfer to Stone

That is an unfortunate set-back.  What is the plan now?



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