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MNH role in planning 'meaningless'

Paart Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin ayns plannal 'gyn bree'

Eear stashoon poleen Balleychashtal ry chreck

Ta screeudeyr shennaghys y teyrnaght gra dy vel stayd Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin myr coyrleyr bentyn rish troggalyn recortit ayns rieughid 'gyn bree'.

Va Peter Kelly jeh Sheshaght Victorianagh Vannin loayrt er Radio Vannin mychione eear stashoon poleen Balleychashtal 'sy traa ry heet.

Ta cheb liorish Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin dy ghoaill kiarail jeh'n stashoon er ve jiooldit lurg da ve neu-arryltagh dy choardail rish aggyrtyn argidoil yn Tashtey son yn troggal.

Ren Mnr Kelly ymmyd myr sampleyr jeh yeearree plannal roie dy lhieggal paart jeh eear thie Baillie Scott ayns Doolish, yn 'Thie Jiarg' ayns Raad Victoria.

T'eh gra dy jagh ny plannyn roue ny yei shen as ooilley, dyn y wooise da plaiyntyn Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin.

AS MNR KELLY : Va'n Thie Tashtee ny choyrleyr as ren eh shassoo noi echey. Dy jarroo ren y Ving Phlannal eh y obbal; va aghin noi'n vriwnys; as 'syn aa-chlashtyn, ny yei dy row y Thie Tashtee cur feanish dy ghra dy row shoh jeh'n scansh smoo, v'eh lowit. Myr shoh, dy ve dty choyrleyr, t'eh gyn bree. Ta'n bun jeh ynrican dy vel kied ayd dy ghra ny t'ou smooinaghtyn, agh nagh vel uss jannoo briwnys. 


MNH role in planning 'meaningless'

Old Castletown police station up for sale


An architectural historian says Manx National Heritage's status as a consultee on registered buildings effectively 'means nothing'.

Peter Kelly of the Isle of Man Victorian Society was speaking to Manx Radio about the future of the old Castletown Police Station.

An offer by MNH to take care of the station has been rejected after it was unprepared to meet Treasury's financial demands for the building.

Mr Kelly used the example of a previous planning application to demolish part of Baillie Scott's former home in Douglas, the 'Red House' on Victoria Road.He says the plans went ahead anyway, despite MNH's objections: 

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