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More on the North Street farce

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On Fri 21 Feb at 4:24pm Basil wrote:
The adventure continues...

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On Fri 21 Feb at 6:29pm Nevillman wrote:
Building on any brownfield site is considerably more expensive than building on greenfield. While the government seems to be allowing so much development on agricultural land is hard to see anyone going ahead with North Street. I doubt if it is just the additional cost of flood defences which are preventing it's development.
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On Sat 22 Feb at 10:27am webbo wrote:
Hereís a link to the latest advertisement for the site posted in January

Itís a travesty in my opinion that all those young vibrant creative businesses were kicked out several years ago so that the land could lay dormant. Inexpensive business space for small manufacturing operation is so scarce round here. LDC should be held to account for this debacle.

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On Mon 24 Feb at 8:42am Earl of Lewess wrote:
It's sickening to see how time time, money and energy went into destroying the Phoenix Rising campaign. On this forum, some very suspicious posts (probably by the same intern who told us how wonderful Aqua was) implied that the Santon bid was good for the community. Now we know better. Sickening.
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On Mon 24 Feb at 11:32am Tom pain wrote:
It's just what we knew would happen, snafu. Large corporation with no local interest or accountability, bound by obligation to shareholders to turn a profit, at the mercy of fluctuating financial conditions gets bogged down in impossible position. Think local, act local.


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