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Abernyte
Abernyte
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Last seen: Feb 29, 2024
Topics: 2 / Replies: 105
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RE: Vaillant Arotherm Plus PCB Failure

Did the fried slug on the left have anything to do with the failure or was it collateral damage!

2 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

1. The litigant must convince the court that they have suffered more than they could reasonably be expected to tolerate. It is deliberately non specif...

3 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

Aye... I am referring to common law nuisance. There are numerous versions of statutory nuisance many of which have been around since the 18th century ...

3 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

The appearance of unreasonable makes the two systems appear closer than they really are. The test in Scotland remains plus quam tolerabile (more than ...

3 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

Watt v Jamieson, 1954 SC 56 Is also key, in that Lord President Cooper established the common principle of "Allowed to do what you want as long as ...

3 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

Nuisance is one of the stark differences between English and Scottish law. Lord President Cooper in Watt v Jamieson 1954 SC 56, at 58:“The critical...

3 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

The test for actionable nuisance in Scottish Law is that the nuisance must emanate from the wrongdoer’s land, and be beplus quam tolerabile (more than...

3 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

While not knowing the specifics of the application fully, I would question that it was approved solely because of the ASHP and solar panels and I am u...

4 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

@persephone I am sure that you are aware that Scottish Planning Policy has a presumption in favour of any development that contributes to sustainab...

4 days ago
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RE: Air Source Heat Pump Policies – MCS Planning Standards

As I stated earlier the only recourse for a third party in Scotland is to judicial review at the Court of Session to determine if the local authority ...

5 days ago
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RE: The EPC Dilemma: How Current Ratings Fail Heat Pumps

As I understand the system, SAP (and by default RdSAP) is a CO2 reduction assessment/tool so if the house is not a new build then the EPC reports are ...

6 days ago
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