n. A person or attitude that opposes new real estate development in the local community and is not open to compromise on this issue.
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
1994 (earliest)
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