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Council Department Raises Privacy Concerns While Opposing Perth Pub Rooftop Area Plans

A division of parliament opposed plans to create a new rooftop area for a Perth pub. Out of concern that drinkers would be able to peek into the offices of senior local government officials.

JD Wetherspoons said he applied to the Perth and Kinross Council in April and Tay He changed the Capital of Streets his assets to form a new area behind a building designated B. and its extended kitchen.

However, the City Council's heritage management team will now be able to see inside the 2 High Street offices currently occupied by the local government's chief accountant and chief legal and financial officer. I objected to this proposal.

They also noted that the proposed development would likely result in lively conversations outside pubs and open windows that could expose them to second-hand smoke from drinkers. The conversation could disturb or distract city council officials, he said.

The team told his PKC planner: Offices - Currently, users of these offices are Finance Officers, Chief Accountants, Legal and Governance Officers.

Their counterarguments continue. How would developers propose to maintain [sic] properties if they are located near municipal parking lots or landowners?

etc. into city employee vehicles and prevent damage to these vehicles and other city property?”

The property team’s objections also says.

"Noises from entertainment spaces interfere with normal office operations, and telephone calls in particular are disruptive, as many of them deal with confidential and technical matters. I work in this office after 5pm.”

Their objections added:

"There is a risk of smoke entering the office due to the proximity of the roof terrace area and outdoor seating to the parliamentary offices."

According to the PKC's planning portal, three other If neighbors challenge JD Wetherspoons' plans and PKC officials are willing to recommend them for approval, ensure elected trustees are asked to decide on the application two, which is less than the total number required for

Applications are likely to be decided by council officers under delegated authority.