Georgina Key, 71, and her brother Reverend Peter Berry, 80, bought what used to be an abandoned barn in High Offley, Staffordshire about ten years when they both retired and have lived in the renovated project for the last three. One of the first additions they made to the run-down building was adding a custom, yet traditional pergola to the backyard area. Now they’re in a fight with local council planners who are demanding they take the pergolas down, according to United Kingdoms news source DailyMail.Co.UK.
The local council has told them that the custom pergolas are “out of place,” in the rural setting they live and gave them 12 weeks to take the fixture down. The siblings on the other hand believe the