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Conservative candidates are not planning to protect our greenfields against development – just “over-development”


The Conservative candidates have now started to circulate their election address in Barnham ward.

They say that one of their priorities for Barnham ward is to defend our greenfields from over-development”.

Note those words very, very carefully!

I am sure they have been very carefully chosen!

Notice how the Conservative candidates are not planning to protect our greenfields against development – just over-development.

 

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  1. Brigitte
    April 21, 2015 at 8:29 am

    current consevatives within arun can no longer be trusted i dont think we need too continue on nick herberts merry go round of round and round the mulberry bush hoping development problems will just go away. i stand by ford as the option ! be it wether 2,000 or 3,000this is a recipe for disaster flooding and infrastructure being utmost concern. And until some commonsense applys by those who proffess to know best this will continue shame on you nick herbert lillyliveried you play a wonderful bat and ball game maybe a career change too arundel cricket club might better suit you run and out !

  2. April 20, 2015 at 7:24 pm

    So 3,000 new houses and flats is not overdevelopment?

    • April 20, 2015 at 8:32 pm

      I think its a curious way to describe it – why not just oppose development on greenfield land?

      Maybe 2,000 houses on greenfield land is acceptable development and 3,000 houses is over-development?

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