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Guest 07-Oct-2009 20:48
A fire you say, that's a coincidence, I've discovered a "developer" has placed the exact same plans for approval that has been suggested for my town. NOBODY wants it, it would take away the entire sea front and sell the whole lot to a few rich people who could afford the apartments. It's sickening to see who money can buy anything and ruin so many people's lives. They'd be bought as second homes by a few moneyed yacht types as our marina is one of the cheapest in the country. KJeep fightmg them, they have no interest in anything apart from making money.
Zak07-Oct-2009 19:36
50 i think on 4 floors(well 3+Attic)
Guest 07-Oct-2009 19:26
Ideal space for development now..
Did they ever find out how the fire (or who) started??
Very handy..How many flats will be built there?
Coleen Perilloux Landry06-Oct-2009 20:53
Compared to the 20,000 still Katrina- abandoned houses in New Orleans, this looks pristine.
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