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Woman ordered to tear down shack she built overlooking Hampstead Heath

An illegally constructed home nestles among the trees at the edge of Hampstead Heath. See National News story Nnchalet. An artist who built a luxury waterfront shack on Hampstead Heath without planning permission has been told she has four months to tear it down. Jita Lukka, 57, built the chalet from recycled materials including scaffolding planks, pallet crates and discarded caravans in 2017 after buying the picturesque plot of land in the Vale of Health for ??700,000. But last year Camden Council issued a notice that claiming that Bren Cottage - named after Jita???s pet dog - had been built illegally, following complaints from neighbours in the exclusive north London enclave. Bren Cottage is in a hollow of houses once home to novelist and writer D.H. Lawrence and newspaper founder and magnate Lord Northcliffe, and more recently former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher.
An illegally constructed nestles among the many timber on the fringe of Hampstead Heath (Picture: SWNS)

A lady was informed she has the ‘cheek of the devil’ as she was informed she should pull down a wood constructing she built with out permission.

Jita Lukka purchased the plot of land in Hampstead, north , in 2017 for £700,000 and built a ramshackle house she referred to as Bren Cottage.

Neighbours complained to Camden Council that it had been built illegally however Lukka claimed she didn’t want permission to construct it as a result of she was simply enhancing the present buildings of a former squatters’ web site.

She stated in an interview final yr that she was not a property developer and that she ‘just made somewhere peaceful to live’ earlier than interesting the council’s earlier choice.

The artist has now been given 4 months to tear the constructing down.

An illegally constructed home nestles among the trees at the edge of Hampstead Heath. See National News story Nnchalet. An artist who built a luxury waterfront shack on Hampstead Heath without planning permission has been told she has four months to tear it down. Jita Lukka, 57, built the chalet from recycled materials including scaffolding planks, pallet crates and discarded caravans in 2017 after buying the picturesque plot of land in the Vale of Health for ??700,000. But last year Camden Council issued a notice that claiming that Bren Cottage - named after Jita???s pet dog - had been built illegally, following complaints from neighbours in the exclusive north London enclave. Bren Cottage is in a hollow of houses once home to novelist and writer D.H. Lawrence and newspaper founder and magnate Lord Northcliffe, and more recently former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher.
An artist who built the posh waterfront shack (Picture: SWNS)

The inspector stated he was ‘not convinced’ that the buildings had been ‘substantially completed’ when Ms Lukka moved in and that she had construct them with out permission.

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Ellen Solomons, of The Vale of Health Society, beforehand stated: ‘This girl has the cheek of the satan – we felt we had to take a stand.

‘We couldn’t consider anybody would have the brass neck to do such a factor.’

‘I’m positive there are numerous individuals who would really like to have a house in such a gorgeous location however there are planning laws. A home there would fetch £5 million simply.’

An illegally constructed home nestles among the trees at the edge of Hampstead Heath. See National News story Nnchalet. An artist who built a luxury waterfront shack on Hampstead Heath without planning permission has been told she has four months to tear it down. Jita Lukka, 57, built the chalet from recycled materials including scaffolding planks, pallet crates and discarded caravans in 2017 after buying the picturesque plot of land in the Vale of Health for ??700,000. But last year Camden Council issued a notice that claiming that Bren Cottage - named after Jita???s pet dog - had been built illegally, following complaints from neighbours in the exclusive north London enclave. Bren Cottage is in a hollow of houses once home to novelist and writer D.H. Lawrence and newspaper founder and magnate Lord Northcliffe, and more recently former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher.
She should tear it down within the subsequent 4 months (Picture: SWNS)
An illegally constructed home nestles among the trees at the edge of Hampstead Heath. See National News story Nnchalet. An artist who built a luxury waterfront shack on Hampstead Heath without planning permission has been told she has four months to tear it down. Jita Lukka, 57, built the chalet from recycled materials including scaffolding planks, pallet crates and discarded caravans in 2017 after buying the picturesque plot of land in the Vale of Health for ??700,000. But last year Camden Council issued a notice that claiming that Bren Cottage - named after Jita???s pet dog - had been built illegally, following complaints from neighbours in the exclusive north London enclave. Bren Cottage is in a hollow of houses once home to novelist and writer D.H. Lawrence and newspaper founder and magnate Lord Northcliffe, and more recently former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher.
Neighbours complained to the native council (Picture: SWNS)

Ms Lukka informed the Camden New Journal that she was very dissatisfied, including: ‘The information is a giant disappointment and past phrases.

‘This is my home and justice has not really been carried out. Now it’s time to transfer ahead. I need to thank all of the native individuals who have supported me.

‘I’ve obtained playing cards that learn “it seems so terribly unfair after all your hard work to make a beautiful haven.” I need to ship love and kisses to them.’

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