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Planning figures are two decades old
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monty Wrote:Anyone care to enlighten us on exactly what constitutes' 'sustainable development'' ???????????????????????
"Development to meet the needs of today without compromising those of the future" or something along those lines, so woolly as to be meaningless
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Planning figures are two decades old - by BAJR - 11th November 2011, 08:26 AM

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