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RugalLam-PGO Posts: 4 ✭✭
Could I get clarification on this submission I have nominated twice now and it been rejected both times
It is a mural from an old playground that's been around since at least the 1980's
The playground is no longer there but the mural is.
Is this not valid because the playground gone?
Can you give the location? Because there could be some reason that isn't obvious from the photo, such as the mural being on the side of a private home or school.
It does seems to be valid at first glance but indeed the location could throw up some insights.
If you do try and re-submit, I'd suggest you work on your spelling as this may put off some reviewers, or make them rate the title/description lower than normal. In the context of this mural, you'll want to use "wreck", not wreak. Shipwreck is normally one word as well, but that's a minor nitpick. Also, while we're on the subject, "any another" doesn't make sense but I'll assume that was a typo - not immune to those myself.
This is where it is on Google
Unfortunately that's clearly on the side of someone's house and thus will get rejected for private property reasons. Shame, as it would otherwise it would be a good sub.
It is on the side of a duplex, which is technically permitted. But I remember a previous argument over Ninatic rejecting the removal of a mural on a similar duplex. Apparently, many in the UK view duplexes as private residential property even though the building contains two residences with the ownership split between both families. So you are likely dealing with that.
Thx for feedback it helps to know actually why things get rejected
It's an end-terrace not a duplex, and each property is individually owned. Terraces are a connected set of individual private residence properties each with it's own private lot. The wall is owned by the end-terrace, there's no shared ownership of that wall.
One building with two units is still muti-unit building,and thus is not fall into the private residential property rules.
I don't know about in the US, but in tn the UK they are legally separate properties and considered separate buildings that share a wall, each having it's own legally distinct plot of land. Have I missed an AMA? If only detached properties were considered SFR then PRP would largely go out the window in much of the world. Less than a quarter of private residences in the UK are fully detached.