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Green Belt – friend or foe?

The Green Belt has been with us for more than 60 years.  Its evolution can be traced back to 1935 when the Greater London Regional Planning Committee proposed its establishment around London to prevent our capital simply growing outwards. The … Continue reading

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Good doggy sense

A survey by Crufts reveals an interesting statistic and a social consequence that our new PM would do well to remedy.  Crufts report British dogs are getting smaller; not literally but Britons are choosing smaller dogs as pets and Crufts … Continue reading

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Red light for traffic lights!

At last, some sense about our road system!   Grant Shapps, a MP and former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, has put his name to a parliamentary report that discloses the number of traffic lights in the UK has … Continue reading

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David and Goliath

After 28 years or wrangling and legal process, Mike and Sue Weston have moved one step nearer to securing the diversion of a footpath which runs right past the front door of their home.  This will enable them to gain … Continue reading

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