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OLDHAM has been selected as one of 11 areas across the country to benefit from a new government scheme to help people hoping to build their home.

Oldham Council will receive £15,000 to support aspiring self-builders in the borough by selling off council-owned land.


The 11 local authorities are: Cherwell, South Cambridgeshire, Teignbridge, Shropshire, Oldham, West Lindsey, Pendle, Sheffield, South Norfolk, Stoke-on-Trent and the Exmoor and Dartmoor National Park Authorities.

Among the projects are plans for 2,000 custom-build homes in Cherwell, which will receive £90,000, and the creation of 800 self-build sites in Sheffield, which will receive £100,000.

Edited by SarahBell

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Why do they need any money when all they have to do is sign a document saying people can build on a certain piece of land.

Bribery to smaller parasites from the King parasite.

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