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Do I need a Drop Kerb

If you are always finding it difficult to park outside your home, or your neighbours are always parked outside of your house, it’s probably time to think about getting a dropped kerb installed. 137 more words

Bristol Drop Kerb Installation

English Heritage and the National Trust: a glimmer of a sense of humour but not of irony?

English Heritage has just published “Heritage Counts” an interesting annual survey of the state of England’s historic environment (produced on behalf of the Historic Environment Forum). 203 more words

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New roads in Willits and Wilts: not just the names are similar

In Willits (California) a bypass is being cut through the heart of ancestral tribal lands. In Wilts (UK) another one (comprising a “short” tunnel with massive access cuttings) is being planned to cut through the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. 367 more words

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Lincoln BioSolids Report Tonight

You will recall the Public Meeting at Lincoln Council Chambers on July 14th, 2014 at which many people came to speak to Council about the application to amend the Town’s Official Plan and Zoning Bylaw in order to use certain lands in the area of Young Street and Fly Road for the open storage of Biosolids or Non-Agricultural-Source-Material (NASM). 114 more words

STOP PRESS: The National Trust explains its support for a short tunnel at its AGM

The National Trust AGM is currently being streamed on line HERE. They have just said that the reason they are now willing to support a short tunnel at Stonehenge is that although they “ 322 more words

Stonehenge

The future of Abbey Park

South West Water are carrying out groundwork at Abbey Park on Torquay Seafront for a Bathing Water Improvement Project.

Torbay Council Staff, Councillors and local stakeholders have been discussing the future use of this area. 123 more words

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