Message - Re: Divide and Conquer: Architecture and Legal Boundaries

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Posted by  Liam Ross on August 08, 2003 at 07:24:39:

In Reply to:  Re: Divide and Conquer: Architecture and Legal Boundaries posted by Jim on August 06, 2003 at 07:18:29:

Dear Jim,
thanks for the informative response(s). Particularly the legal 'grandfathering'. Think that it is quite fascinating that something as apparently temporary as a sign could actually be a clue to histories older than the road. Will look into this regarding our site. Presumably the grandchild (me) would need a father and a grandfather, and simply building new things to old limits would be tricky. The way i wanted to go about starting any architectural extensions of the gallery, an old mill building, was looking into old industrial extensions (wheels, pulleys etc) so perhaps it will turn out that these at times occupied parts of what now is public territory. Anyway, all academic for now but thanks very much. Clearly we're going to differ over the smoking issue, but i guess i'm younger than you, and not american, but i rather public struggles than private ones...
Yours sincerely,

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