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Becks Protest songs - destroying rural areas? (62* d) RE: Protest songs - destroying rural areas? 04 Feb 09


Oh, here we go. I did wonder if this would happen.

I was 19 when I bought a house in this beautiful part of North Yorkshire. Part of what I love about the area is about to be taken away from me and my fellow villagers, I think I have every right to be passionate about this issue as I would be if they were proposing to build in nearby villages. There is a place for these developments and this is not it.
Come and live in our village and community and then pass judgement of how wrong I am, ageist, and how I have a 'not my back yard' opinion.
There are much more suitable sites in the area that would not upset any rural community. You do not move into a town or a city and not expect development.

Yes it really does contravene planning, we have serveral people who live within the village who are planning officials and a enrivonmental/ecology expert. If you go to the local planning office you can read the file and look at the documents on a nearby display stand which states planning guidlines.

This I am sorry to say is a development driven by greed and money and serious issues are being overlooked and swept under the carpet.
Our villages are not going to just standby and watch it happen, as I am sure most wouldn't.


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