Another rejection, and this one is a doozy.
Absolutely seething about the one. Rejected because its a natural feature! Literally didn't read any of description, the supplemental or even know that a Quay is by definition "man made".
a stone or metal platform lying alongside or projecting into water for loading and unloading ships."
Made of blocks of solid granite in the form of a wall. Here is a picture at low tide. It's even marked on the map as "Scott's quay". Google it and many articles e.g. https://cornishbirdblog.com/scotts-quay-constantine-a-hidden-history/
Rejection reason "Natural feature"
Description "Scott's Quay. Built in the early 1800s by Charles Scott."
Supplemental "Marks the end of the public footpath. very popular as can be seen from google search. Historical landmark as was built in the early 1800s by Charles Scott."
Now I didn't put the image of the granite blocks in the submission- because I literally gave details that it was constructed and its a Quay!
No option to appeal - this is like a joke at this point. I spend hours each night looking at inner city graffiti, postboxes, natural trust direction posts, chip shops, bins and yet genuine historical local landmarks with foot traffic/visitors in the hundreds each day are blocked without even reading the description. What is point!