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Changes to Planning Legislation and The Historic Environment - Rescue Comment
Will definately have a look at that! It has to be said that the current shower of sh.....oops, government is likely to shove this through onto the statute books before the next election so action should be taken soonest methinks. May be worth involving the media on this one. Would also be worth identifying the lobbyists involved and the roles they have played. Perhaps consult a decent lawyer to see if the actions of the government on this issue have been lawful?

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