An occupant in a town in north Cornwall has put a sign which says "not any more second homes, our town is biting the dust".
Steve Ridholls was brought into the world in St Agnes yet says in spite of its energetic local area it is currently "kicking the bucket" in light of the quantity of second homes there.
Talking outside his home, the powers veteran said: "I was brought into the world in the town yet moved away and returned.
"Second homes have become to a greater extent an issue as of late yet much more dreadful during Coronavirus in light of the fact that individuals have descended and acknowledged they can work distantly from here.
"Thus house costs have gone up and local people can't bear to purchase. It's impossible my girl will actually want to purchase here in the town she was conceived."
Steve said the straw what crushed the camel's spirit was the point at which a guest went to see a property available to be purchased in what is a dominatingly neighborhood St Agnes.
He said: "I bet it wouldn't be his main living place.
"Such individuals can gazump neighborhood purchasers and I thought by putting this sign up, ideally certain individuals will mull over the harm being done to networks.
"I'm not angry towards guests, I simply have an energetic outlook on homes for nearby individuals.
"There's places like Cadgwith and Portloe that have every one of the lights off throughout the colder time of year and St Agnes is traveling that way.
"Youthful nearby individuals can't get on the stepping stool. Designers are staying a couple of reasonable houses in every advancement except these are only a symbolic few.
"The neighbors have all said great on me, the entire matter has very injury me up."