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File On Four, Tues 7 July, 2000-2040hrs

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Quote from R4's listings page:

"Allan Urry investigates the impact of the economic downturn on urban regeneration as the credit crunch and falling property values force some developers to abandon their plans, leaving local authority partners unable to develop key sites."

Probably worth a listen, if only to fume at the NuLab and VI propagandists who presumably will dominate the programme.

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Can't remember where I saw it now but Pathfinder has resulted in the net loss of 9,000 homes and many people who now cannot afford anywhere to live.

Scam from the start.

Every time you hear NuLabour talk about providing housing for the people you know you are due nothing but another pack of lies.

Edit, found it.

http://theylaughedatnoah.blogspot.com/

Edited by OnlyMe

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You mean Tuesday 8 July.

Britain's towns and cities are relying on building shops and apartments to regenerate run-down areas.

But the credit crunch and falling property values have forced some developers to abandon their plans.

This has left the local authority partners unable to develop key sites.

Allan Urry investigates the impact of the economic downturn on urban regeneration.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/file_on_4/7494246.stm

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