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  1. Thread: Job 1135

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    Re: Job 1135

    Is it still driving away or did you get it back into your control?
  2. Re: Anyone done a landscape scheme for planning condition?

    Looking on local authorities planning portal it looks like other people have used landscape consultants :o looks like I'm going to have to fork out for someone to do it for me.
  3. Anyone done a landscape scheme for planning condition?

    If got planning permission in to proceed with a fence and extension to an existing building but there is a condition attached to provide a landscape scheme of native species along the fence to blend...
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    Re: Cumbria cars damaged

    Probably a younger driver in the tractor.
    I have heard of cars being parked on a road with double yellows locally and a lorry with a tanker on couldn't get through and was blocked, he called the...
  5. Re: Do I need planning to build a wall on existing building?

    It's in! Got the planning permission granted this week, there is conditions like some naff plan has to be sent in showing where I will plant native bushes to provide a blend to the landscape but...
  6. Re: Ford 6-cylinder not working well... Any ideas?

    If you have a compression tester handy, when you pop the injectors out you could check the compression on all cylinders dry and then put a few squirts of oil in each cylinder and test again, this...
  7. Re: MASSEY FERGUSON 135 ( MF 20 INDUSTRIAL ) FULL RESTO .

    They made a lot of those duncan cabs, don't really fancy spending a day in one bumping across a field. On the other hand it'd be better spending a day bumping across a field out in the elements.:)
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    Re: Blue Tractors At Rowde

    I don't often say this to blokes but that is impressive looking sausage ;).
    has a good girth about them, local sausage seems to be smaller in diameter, about 3/4" and those are more like 1 1/4":eek:
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    Re: Neighbours soak away problems

    Had a quick look at this today and the grass around the wet area of the field is a good 6" taller then the rest of the field. It could be that this latest dry spell has affected the rest of the field...
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    Re: The Land Rover Bursary

    Do you just need to justify how your life will be better with a landrover and if they agree you get one?
  11. Re: New bale trailer and new grain trailer?

    https://www.facebook.com/stewarttrailers/
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    Re: Welcome rain

    I think country folk can watch what goes on it the big smoke on the TV but doesn't seem to happen the other way round.
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    Re: Blue Tractors At Rowde

    What is that in the top cage on the rotisserie?

    is it tractor pilot testicles :D
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    Re: Neighbours soak away problems

    Yes could be costly for all involved, I think I'd have to approach with caution, the best I'm hoping for is a contribution to the cost of any works required. The house is approx 18 years old and...
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    Re: Neighbours soak away problems

    I get where you are coming from but won't investigating the water not cost a bit to have tested? I wouldn't have any idea where to start with that either, do I get a sample to send somewhere or do I...
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    Re: Neighbours soak away problems

    There is a ditch at the bottom of the field approx 40m down hill. Would it be fair for me to ask him to pay for said pipe?
    and if I did get him to pay how does it stand for future way leave to said...
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    Re: Neighbours soak away problems

    Not really had much dealings with the neighbour to be fair, didn't have a wet area there at the end of last year but only just purchased almost a year ago so not yet overly familiar with the lay of...
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    Re: Neighbours soak away problems

    Maybe a row of trees across the front on his house would be what's needed to dry it up :cool:
    also provide shelter :rolleyes:
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    Neighbours soak away problems

    On the edge of my field there is a house, approx 16ft away from the fence adjacent to the house the field is very poachy, it's in grass at the moment. I suspect the neighbors soak away is not soaking...
  20. Re: Do I need planning to build a wall on existing building?

    Ah my dear man I don't think it's the same situation over here, local council don't manage the police budget as far as I'm aware. That would be controlled from the central government. You couldn't...
  21. Re: Do I need planning to build a wall on existing building?

    I've had recent experience of this. Bought myself an agricultural building but one of the gables was wide open so I decided to put on a door and block up to said door to make the building secure an...
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    Re: Gas suppliers (welding & cutting gasses)

    We currently use airproducts, couple years ago priced out the various options to see if there were a cheaper way to go for us but it turns out we can't get anything else for what we pay airproducts....
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    Re: What are these objects?

    Are they not rollers from a mill for rolling corn or oaks or such?
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    Re: Air source heating

    Me too :cool:
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    Re: Air source heating

    I've decided to fit the oil boiler , have it sitting ready to go just need the plumber to pull finger out and get on with it. Any payments went with whoever installed the system 12 years ago. 265 a...
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