Removal of Oak Panelling from Alfred Hitchcock Flat???
Should this have been allowed to have happened? The current owner of Alfred Hitchcock`s London flat removed the panelling on the QT; sold it to a dealer on the QT who sold it to a client (an American) on the QT. There was no planning application; no public debate; no real advertisement that the panelling had been removed and was up for sale. Smacks of an inside job. But, the fundamental question, will the American be allowed to remove Hitchcock`s panelling from the UK and will he be able to get proper accreditation to do so? I have written to the Planning Department at the Royal Borough of Kensington and CHelsea to enquire if the panelling should have been removed without the owner having lodged a planning application. Anyone have any ideas?
Asked By: sandra_shevey - 7/4/2008
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Does this flat have one of those little blue plaques outside saying Alfred Hitchcock lived here?. If the answer is yes then that flat is of national interest and I would have thought that planning permission would have to have been sought for the removal... More
Answered By: Nettie - 7/4/2008
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Really this has got nothing to do with you so why are you making yourself busy?
Answered By: Fran - 7/4/2008
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