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Re: Our Sacred Land
Sep 16, 2011, 13:45
Yes there's hope it'll be another climb down like the forests but it also might be a case of try for a lot and compromise at the point you always intended. Like all used car salesmen do!

Also, although the middle classes don't want their Cotswold villages expanded, might not the Bullingham mob have anticipated that? Why else would they have written into the draft the opportunity for communities to share in the profits of any development they say yes to? Do you keep the place unchanged or do you support an expansion of the village onto the allotments in exchange for money to build a bypass, get better broadband, a new school and a bung for every household? It's clever, you've got to hand it to them.
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