Someone is going to have to protect those villages, towns along the route from Starcross to Teignmouth. I don't think there will be two lots of money available to cover what is suggested and to protect what is protected now. Money from the government is normally only thrown in one direction. But time will tell!
More hollow talk.
What would happen to Starcross, Dawlish and Teignmouth if there was no protection, (which they now have) if there was no rail line?
I don't think you will get a lot for 4.5M. Watch the price go up!!!!!!
I asled that very question many years ago of Exeter City Council as to how many houses they owned, that were standing empty There answer was on these lines. :- We have to keep a stock of empty properties for unforeseen circumstances and there are proffessional people who move around the country (lecturers, professors and the like, that need accomodation at very short notice. Well what are ...
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It's the sort of silly news we have to or don't have to get used too theses days.
Lynne, I thought plod may have come in here, but I was wrong. However:- The income from on-street charging and any penalty charge payments received (whether for on-street or off-street enforcement) must only be used in accordance with section 55 (as amended) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
What his is reason for this----- Proposals to axe free Sunday parking and for a steep hike in winter parking charges at the Dawlish Warren car park have been slammed by the mayor of Dawlish.