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1Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 15:48

Cajunboy

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[size=53]No flags, no drunkenness – the rules of life on Prince Charles' new estate[/size]

People considering taking up residence on Nansledan development in Cornwall will have to adhere to a list of 85 regulations

ByTelegraph Reporters 13 September 2020 • 3:35pm


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Prince Charles visited Nansledan, in Cornwall, to meet local residents and unveil a plaque for the development's new school in March CREDIT: Getty Images Europe



Prince Charles has banned washing lines, satellite dishes and caravans from his new development in Cornwall.
Anyone considering moving into his new Nansledan estate  will have to adhere to a list of 85 rules. They cannot fly flags or use rotary washing lines, must keep bins out of sight unless on collection day and cannot have satellite dishes, plastic blinds or external drainpipes.
The list was revealed in the design and community code for the village, a 540-acre extension to the town of Newquay built by the Prince's Duchy of Cornwall.
It has raised eyebrows on Twitter, with urban planner Peter Kelly describing it as "pretty terrifying."
He wrote: "You're not allowed to repaint your house a different colour or fix a car on the drive... No flags in windows or on walls, satellite dishes, caravans, repairing of vehicles or washing lines allowed."

One reply said: "Of course you don't want people and their messy lives cluttering up the place and lowering standards by acts of self-expression. Whatever next, some form of community?"
Mr Kelly responded: "Oh, but they have coded for community. You see, there is an orchard for the little Duchy Sims to pick fruit."
The 35-page rulebook is a code for those moving into the town, which has been built using traditional Cornish methods.

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The construction of Nansledan has used traditional local methods CREDIT: Ben Stansall/AFP
Those who choose to live there will also be banned from slamming doors, loud arguing, prostitution and drunkenness, according to the documents. Solar panels, bubbled skylights, porches and caravans will also not be allowed.
Because all the buildings are created using traditional methods, all stone and slate must be from a West Country quarry, with no red bricks allowed.
The rules have been created to "protect the character" of Nansledan, where traditional properties costing up to £500,000 echo 1930s architecture.
Sources said the rules were set by the Duchy of Cornwall, not by the Prince himself.  Planning permission was granted for the latest phase of 265 homes in April.
Charles opened Nansledan's school - Skol Nansledan - in March. Nansledan means Broad Valley in Cornish. Planning permission was granted for the latest phase of 265 homes in April. In 2014, Prince Charles called for urbanists to "reconnect with traditional approaches" in an essay that laid out his vision for the future of architecture and planning.
In a 2,000-word essay for The Architectural Review, he said the old should mix with the new and nature should be at the heart of design, adding: "I have lost count of the times I have been accused of wanting to turn the clock back to some Golden Age. 
"Nothing could be further from my mind. My concern is the future."












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2Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 15:52

Norpig

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Can someone give Cajun some tips on copying and pasting please?  Very Happy

3Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 15:54

boltonbonce

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I'm in the large print section of the library again. Very Happy

4Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 16:38

Cajunboy

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El Hadji Diouf
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@Norpig wrote:Can someone give Cajun some tips on copying and pasting please?  Very Happy
Cheeky git!

5Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 17:00

Sluffy

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@Norpig wrote:Can someone give Cajun some tips on copying and pasting please?  Very Happy

@Sluffy wrote:
The font size altering is a bit of a pain on this site I agree.

It happens as you will have noticed in your post above when you copy and paste from somewhere else.

The system on here the 'defaults' to the settings of the article you copied from rather than revert back to normal.

The way you have to 'manage' this and other things like copying images, is through using the bottom right icon on the list of options above the 'box' you write your post in.

This icon looks like a sheet of paper with lines on.

The default position is the sheet with a grey background, but if you click on it, it has a white background.

If you use the 'white' background all the time it avoids the problem of the size change when copy and pasting from somewhere else - but then cause issues when you want to copy and paste pictures (you have to click back to the grey setting first to do that - then click back to white again thereafter).

It all sounds a bit complicated but it really isn't once you get the hang of doing it - but it is a bit of an unnecessary nuisance really and nothing we can do about it as the site is set up this way and we can't change it at our end.

Sorry to everybody for the inconvenience of it.

6Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 17:21

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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Traditional Cornish villages thrived on drunkenness and prostitution though. Badly researched on behalf of the Duchy imo.
Notice they made no mention of luring ships on to the rocks, digging a tin mine in the garden or piracy.

7Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 17:37

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
External drainpipes? What's wrong with them? Charlie boy married one.

8Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 18:13

sunlight

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Tony Kelly
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When I clicked on this I expected it to be something exciting.

9Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 18:18

sunlight

sunlight
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Dont expect any visits from Prince Andrew then.




Or Prince Phillip.

10Prostitution and Drunkenness Empty Re: Prostitution and Drunkenness on Sun Sep 13 2020, 22:53

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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@boltonbonce wrote:External drainpipes? What's wrong with them? 
You’d think the Duchy company would want to collect rainwater in a butt to water the veg patch with or pipe it all directly into an irrigation system. 

Pipes are a good thing in a green world.

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