I have spun countless stops or gyms on post-boxes, park entry signs etc which have obviously all been approved by the process.
I recently submitted for approval a stone viaduct dating from 1863 across the river Goyt in the Peak District, it's a great structure and location. It was of course rejected both initially and on appeal. Apparently it has no significance. It's no 'Welcome to Park, please pick up after your dog' sign I'll grant you.
I suppose I should have just walked along a residential street and taken a picture of yet another postbox. You know, one of those that's had such a great historical and cultural impact on the area.
Can we please have more consistency in the approval process.