This is a tricky long winded one so bear with me.
If a person who is occupying a dwelling on land adjacent to a propsed development, wishes to object when the following circumstances have already taken place:
They did not object within the five weeks from lodgement of the existing planning.
They were told that they could not object after 4 weeks of an A.I. being recieved by the Local Council.
They were told that they could object to an bord pleanala on items which only differ from orig planning and those at A.I. stage.. but if something at original planning stage hadnt changed at A.I. stage, they could not object.
They can only object to an board pleanala on the grounds that they own the adjoining land.
If they cannot object to certain items from orig planning stage which directly interferes with there property, what other route can be taken. i.e. Developer is building a wall which is 2m high on development side, but on adjoining land it is 3m plus high and due to the proximity of the wall to the house, it will have a severe impact on natural light on the dwelling.
Due to the height difference in the land on either side of the wall, weepholes will have to be put in the wall to allow ground water to escape from development side of the wall. This ground water will flood onto the adjoining propert. Surely, even if no objection was made, that this cannot be permitted, and that the adjoining property has a right to light, regardless of what the developer got planning for.
Any comments and suggestions are welcome.