Residents nominate 'wasteland' to prevent building on green fields

Residents nominate 'wasteland' to prevent building on green fields

Residents nominate 'wasteland' to prevent building on green fields

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Residents have nominated “wastes of space” to be built on to stop bulldozers moving on to green fields.

Anston House in Preston Road, Brighton, a plot in Windsor Street, Brighton next to the Earth and Stars pub, the Dodman Shoreham Works limestone quarry and a row of empty shops in Elmer Way near Middleton are nominated.

The Campaign to Protect Rural England wants ‘brownfield’ sites inside cities built on.

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11:59am Sat 23 Aug 14

nkwbtn says...

Good idea to redevelop these eyesores first.
Good idea to redevelop these eyesores first. nkwbtn
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1:34pm Mon 25 Aug 14

Valentinian says...

nkwbtn wrote:
Good idea to redevelop these eyesores first.
Don't we have too many Parks? What about a travellers site permanently at Waterhall....they are there every other week x x x x
[quote][p][bold]nkwbtn[/bold] wrote: Good idea to redevelop these eyesores first.[/p][/quote]Don't we have too many Parks? What about a travellers site permanently at Waterhall....they are there every other week x x x x Valentinian
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