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How any people use that park every day? Are they the same people that use it every day? I have only ever seen the car park full once. Most times when I pass it is less than half full. How many people in Dawlish have used the park? I cannot imagine many people walking to the park. So whilst it is a good thing, is it being talked up to make others look good as to what they have ...

I didn't see it officer.

29 Dec 2017

Or to put it another way. Man is man's biggest enemy not the road.

Whether they consented or not, the crooked judge Cottle did not take into consideration that they were under age. So does it send out a message that providing underage girls consent, everything will be legal if they have sex?

Your imput is debateable more than most, as how would you know that damage is to a lesser or greater extent. If something was a total wipeout, all you could say is, that it didn't work.

22 Dec 2017

That's debateable!

22 Dec 2017

And one big storm could prove it to be a waste of money. The power of nature is taking it's toll in many parts of the world and Dawlish Warren will not escape it's anger if it so wishes.

Yeah, it is old but no reason why it should not be mentioned again. Keep the kettle boiling until the bottom drops out.

21 Nov 2017

Oh Teignbridge, Oh Teignbridge. It is councillors that run the council and not the officers. So it is up to your councillor as to what is going to be done about it. It is all about making money and nothing else but councillors get threatened with an increase in the budget if they do not follow the advice of officers. Parking is not about raising revenue and the road traffic regulation order ...

From the RTRA 1984 if it appears to the local authority that the provision in their area of further off-street parking accommodation is unnecessary or undesirable, the following purposes— (i) meeting costs incurred, whether by the local authority or by some other person, in the provision or operation of, or of facilities for, public passenger transport services, (ii) the ...

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