Friday, January 20, 2012

Lovely looking greenbelt site, why spoil it?

Battle for Dale Farm II: Council set for ANOTHER fight as dozens of caravans flock to neighbouring fields

Caravans park on site next to illegal Essex settlement.Travellers to be issued with eviction at end of month.Bill for original clearance last year cost £4.2million. The council is assessing how many people living on the legal site are not entitled to be there. Although the illegal part of the site is now clear, at least 50 caravans are thought to be on the neighbouring legal site, exceeding its authorised capacity. Basildon Council completed the clearance of Dale Farm in November after Essex Police removed protesters amid violent clashes on the green belt site.

Posted by khards @ 10:36 AM (1215 views)
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3 thoughts on “Lovely looking greenbelt site, why spoil it?

  • wonder where paddy is? Oh thats right living with his wooman in queensferry in north wales in a portable house between an industrial estate, haulage yard and sewerage works

    you can give a gypsy money but you cant take the gypsy out of the caravan

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  • You would think by the way that the local government and council carry on we were desperate to return that field back into farm land.
    I can’t see any vegetables, grass or other crops being planted there. It looks more like a land suitable for quad bikes or developing houses.

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  • Khards
    I remember at the time it was reported that the land is actually unsuitable for growing crops on because large volumes of ‘hardcore’ building waste had been dumped there previously by … the Council. I wonder how much land WITH planning permission they could have bought with £4.2 million?
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