(noht) acronym. Not over there, either. A person or attitude that opposes new real estate development in the local community and is not open to compromise on this issue.

Example Citation:
Far from easing our planning laws, it can be argued strongly that they need to be tightened. Fighting them are those rational homeowners, defending their abodes against great odds, a biased system, possible invasions of both privacy and amenity, perhaps devaluation, while trying to respect what is described as a democratic system.

There is also the zealous "Nimby" (Not In My Back Yard), his eager disciple the "Note" (Not Over There Either) and the mega-conservationist the "Banana" (Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anything).
—"Planning laws need to be toughened up," Western Morning News, August 23, 2002

Earliest Citation:
NOTE n. acr: A caring, rural type who takes Nimby (Not In My Back Yard) opposition to development further: Not Over There Either.
—David Rowan, "Glossary for the Nineties," The Guardian, September 10, 1994

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