Posted by HI Team | Nov 28, 2012 | WTH | 1 |
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I’m surprised the Department of Metropolitan Development would have allowed a variance of standards for this addition. While they sometimes let the rules slide for the rear setback and side setbacks, they don’t usually approve a change in a front setback, as doing so would put a house closer to the street than the houses around it. Neither would the City have allowed an enclosure on the front of a house that doesn’t have either a door or a window in it. It would appear that the Windsor Park Neighborhood Association was not on-the-ball when the owner petitioned the Division of Zoning and Planning for a variance and/or that this room addition was done without the proper approval.
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