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  1. On 30/9/14 I parked on Braddon St Manchester at its jnc with Oldfield St to go and watch Man City. This area was originally terraced houses and they have all since been demolished. Even the vast majority of street names have been removed. I have since been back and only one sign exists at Clayton Lane/Oldfield St with the resident parking restrictions which are only enforced on event days. However if you drive into the area from the other side Turner St no such signs exists, just old signs on lamp posts. Even Google maps in 2012 clearly show that the houses have been demolished. Ive appealed on this basis and i am just waiting the outcome. Seems not to be within the spirit of the regulations really. Fingers crossed.
  2. ok i dont think there is but... is there any rule saying that if an auction house sells electricals that they should be at least electricly safe background is i got a dryer from boston auctions they PAT tested it. got it home wont power up. control board snapped so repaired it. motor then fired out enough smoke to fill the kitchen. turned it over to look and found someone has sawed huge chunks out of the base i know its sold as seen but this isnt just silly its unsafe and deliberatly so
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