A MUM of two has actually won a battle to maintain her 10-foot high ‘Riviera-style’ white wall around her detached home in Newport.

Carly Munro, 37, constructed the wall surface after council employees reduced the looming trees in her yard, stating they were overgrown.

This is the 10ft high wall a mum was able to keep after appealing the council's decision to lower it
This is the 10ft high wall a mum had the ability to maintain after appealing the council’s decision to decrease it Wales Information Solution Carly Munro, 37, placed the wall up after the council hacked down her trees while she was trying to prepare for them to be reduced Facebook The mum was setting up to have her trees reduced when council employees sliced them down. She then made a decision to develop the intense white wall around her suv house in South Wales so her ten-year-old twin daughters might play safely in the front yard

. She also stated she talked to her neighbors prior to going on with the strategies.

The mum said: “It was unsafe just how they left it. It was distressing. It had not been secure for my kids.

“I mosted likely to talk to my neighbours and none had a trouble with the wall. They have all been truly encouraging.”

Newport City board’s preparation committee rejected to grant consent for the “inconsistent” wall by five votes to four over concerns for roadway safety.


Carly was gotten for the wall surface to be decreased or for wood fence to be included prior to she appealed it.

Councillor Miqdad Al-Nuaimi claimed the wall looked “incongruous.”

After it was declined, one neighbour said: “We do feel a bit sorry for her– the wall should have set you back a ton of money.

“Yet it would certainly look more at home on the Riviera not Newport.”

The mother appealed the decision and ultimately won when the council ruled it did not present a danger to road security.

In the charm, Carly said: “The wall surface is really neat, spick-and-span, gives my household personal privacy and also risk-free for my little ones to play in the yard without any obstruction to anybody.”

Richard Duggan, a planning inspector, claimed the wall surface is now part of the “street scene”.

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