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"I do respect that the council has a job to Nike Black Shorts Mens do to find land for housing. However, I will not overturn the covenant my family made. If buildings are put on the land they need to be for recreational use."
Now planning chiefs may have to rethink their plans or face a lengthy legal wrangle.
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His relatives, Sir Arthur Percival Heywood and Charles James Heywood, sold the land to the council in 1902 and insisted on the covenant. The family sold another piece of land nearby in 1937 also with a covenant.
But 450 people have signed a petition against proposals for it to be used for housing.
The land, on Park Lane, is in the Irlams o' th' Height conservation area and was once Claremont Farm, owned by Sir Peter's family. Part was sold to the council in 1902 but with a covenant which states that it must be used for the purposes of a public park and recreation ground only'.
Council bosses who want to sell the plot for 1.5m for housing had been confident that covenants covering the land would not stop their plans and had said there was little chance of relatives of the original owners being found or existing.
But Sir Peter, listed in Who's Who, stood up half way through the meeting and said: "I'm pleased to say I do exist and as a baronet I'm Nike T Shirts New Arrival
Sareda Dirir used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain the deeds to the land and then turned detective to track down Sir Peter when she discovered his family had imposed the covenant.
She said: "I wrote him a couple of letters asking whether he was aware of what plans were afoot.
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Until last year, Oakwood High School stood on the site but it was demolished and the council is now marketing it to developers.
Sir Peter's great, great, great uncle was Oliver Heywood, the Manchester banker and philanthropist, whose statue stands in Albert Square.
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"We have not won yet, but we have stopped the council in their tracks and they have gone off to lick their wounds.
The 6th Baronet of Claremont, Lancashire better known as Sir Peter Heywood made a round trip of 350 miles from his home in Bath after he was tracked down by campaigning local resident Sareda Dirir.
Sir Peter told the meeting: "The council is looking at selling the land for a housing development. That was always against my family's wishes and it is still against my wishes.
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Sir Peter said: "The Land Registry has not removed the covenant and I will be writing to them to tell them not to do so."
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