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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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ALL ROUND: Gordon Ramsay's annoyed Cornish residents with his luxury holiday home renovations... now he's demolishing ancient trees to build a new driveway for his fleet of Ferraris GORDON Ramsay’s already annoyed his Cornish neighbours by constructing a luxury new holiday home… now he’s planning to bulldoze through historic trees just to build a new driveway. Despite huge local opposition, Ramsay was given approval to demolish a 1920s property and turn it into one main home and a smaller ‘garden house’ in the posh village of Rock in Cornwall. Now the TV star has won another round against the locals by being allowed to knock down trees that are upto 100 years old, so that he’s able to build a driveway for his expensive fleet of cars, which include numerous Ferraris such as the Ј300,000 812 Superfast he purchased in June. This is despite St Minver Lowlands Parish Council saying it was ‘disappointing’ that the trees would be lost, adding: "Members are disappointed that it has come to the loss of these trees and trust that they are replaced with mature trees." Even Cornwall Council's own tree officer admitted that they played "a significant contribution to local landscape [and] the felling would have [a] detrimental impact on the local landscape, as well increasing the visibility of the new dwelling form the road and public spaces.” Ramsay’s planning team admitted they messed up with the original plans for the driveway and would now need to fell the two mature trees in order to build it, named G2 and T2 in the report. In the tree report, it states: ‘The design of the access drive to the ‘Garden House’ have proved more challenging than was originally conceived. Consequently, designers have shown that the final surface the driveway approved by the LPA will need to sunk into the ground, rather than laid over the existing drive and garden levels as had been proposed. This will result in excavations encroaching approximately 30% into t
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