Item BCA - 2021.2676 - The Despoiling of England - article in the Daily Mail 2014

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BCA - 2021.2676

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The Despoiling of England - article in the Daily Mail 2014

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  • December 17th 2014 (Creation)

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This article, written by Sue Reid and Robert Hardman is taken from the Daily Mail, December 17th 2014 and the writers talk about the despoiling of England by firms like Richborough Estates who are taking advantage of places like West Oxfordshire which have still failed to get a Local Plan passed which could and should limit these huge developments in villages. Gladmans got permission for 160 houses at the Eastern end of New Road on the North side. Even worse, Taylor Wimpey are right now in 2020/2021 building yet another bloc of 160 dwellings at the south end of Mount Owen Road on its Eastern side.

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