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I have anecdotal news that DEFRA are unloading residential properties (to raise funds). These are up for sale now. They may be have tenants who work in fisheries/agriculture.

Not so good news for tenants however who face an uncertain future. Good news for them if they have savings and can get a mortgage, as they can buy their place.

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I have anecdotal news that DEFRA are unloading residential properties (to raise funds). These are up for sale now. They may be have tenants who work in fisheries/agriculture.

Not so good news for tenants however who face an uncertain future. Good news for them if they have savings and can get a mortgage, as they can buy their place.

Is this to pay the fine the RPA got from the EU?

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2010/11/05/124266/Government-hit-with-1633.3m-fine-for-RPA-39misspending39.htm

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