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Planning: Nursery at Liphook Crescent
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Jason


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Post: #661
04-07-2012 09:24 AM

Piplings in Forest Hill remains open, still offering outstanding childcare to local children in a homely environment.

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tiggywinkle


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Joined: May 2010
Post: #662
20-09-2012 05:30 PM

I wonder if anybody knows the result of the court case earlier this week between the nursery people and thier poor neihbours?I do hope it went ok for them,and they can have some nice peace and quiet! Tiggywinkle (mrs)

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ladywotlunches


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Post: #663
21-09-2012 10:28 AM

i'm very pleased to hear that Piplings Forest Hill will remain OPEN! Both parties reached a compromise solution earlier this week, and the nursery will stay on Liphook Crescent, albeit with fewer children attending.

Congratulations to Emma, the owner, and I hope that she can now continue to run this outstanding nursery in peaceful surroundings, providing probably the best early years care in the area.

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Contrary Mary


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Joined: Oct 2008
Post: #664
21-09-2012 11:15 AM

I second that!

I also hope that, at some point in the future, once the current settlement has bedded in to their satisfaction and the nursery proved (again) not to be the disaster they have made it out to be, her neighbours will relent and allow her to open a reasonable number of additional places - if the terms allow.

Congratulations Emma!

This post was last modified: 21-09-2012 11:16 AM by Contrary Mary.

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gingernuts


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Post: #665
21-09-2012 11:19 AM

What do you mean? Assume if a compromise has been made, the numbers that have been agreed are considered by both sides as 'reasonable', otherwise there wouldnt be an agreement.

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tiggywinkle


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Post: #666
21-09-2012 11:51 AM

Oh,this is indeed good news! I hope they earn lots and lots and lots of money! tiggywinkle (mrs)

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Contrary Mary


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Post: #667
21-09-2012 05:02 PM

Gingernuts: You may well be right, and that would be great. It was only that I seem to remember a rather large discrepancy between what was originally considered "reasonable" by each side at it's current number of places, and ladywotlunches had mentioned fewer children. That was all. If it's all settled, then it's all settled, of course.

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