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White Stuff founder is ordered to tear down skate park at South Hams home


Added 09-11-19 09:36:01am EST - “Sean Thomas, founder of the White Stuff fashion brand, built the features on farmland behind his house in affluent area of South Hams, Devon (pictured), but a complaint was made by a neighbour.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “White Stuff founder ordered to tear down skate park at Devon home”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A millionaire businessman has been ordered to tear down a skate park and tennis court at his beauty spot mansion after building them without permission.

Sean Thomas, founder of the White Stuff fashion brand, also built a two-storey double garage on farmland behind his house in affluent area of South Hams, Devon. 

But the land must now been returned to its former state after another resident in the exclusive neighbourhood informed the local authority of the unlawful development.

The house at Gerston Point was itself built after a controversial planning application was submitted by Mr Thomas in 2011.

He proposed building the new dwelling on the site of a bungalow formerly owned by the environmentalist Tony Soper, co-founder of the BBC's Natural History Unit.

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