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  1. Just had a Green Party election leaflet through door. They are pledged to saving New Laith Hill Wood from development as it 'adjoins' green belt.' So its not in the Green belt then? Netherton, Honley, and Meltham all are of course well established within the so called 'green belt' as are Lowerhouses and Almondbury (they were built long before the green belt was invented, and the ladders were starting to be pulled up). They would have more respect if they came out and just said they just want to protect house prices and buy votes, rather than so called bogus 'green' agenda's.
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