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Huge erection problem in Rochdale

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May 31, 2006
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Rochdale council’s planning department is apparently in chaos as computers have banned the word “erection” from emails. A bit of a problem as the word is one of the most commonly used terms in applications for building works.

Full story in the Manchester Evening News – Computer Says No

If you’ve submitted a planning application for an erection of your own, and assuming that your e-mail gets to the planning department, you’ll need to take a look at your home insurance. And if your construction is non-standard, in a flood plain, prone to subsidence, built of wood or perhaps you’ve done it yourself, it could be your insurance company’s computer that says “No!”

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