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Persimmon Homes South Coast | Avon Fields
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http://www.pasthorizons.tv/durrington-al...chaeology/

Interesting - developers returning to roots, using archaeology as a benefit.
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#2
Nice to see. At the current site we're working there is a very good working relationship with the developers. They've been very sensitive to our requirements and supportive towards the community.
A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.
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#3
Sometimes it is easy to forget that not all developments are battles
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#4
Perhaps it's in part due to the growing understanding of the prerequisites between the sides... and the necessity to solve them.
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#5
perhaps its because one of their executives has a child at the local school... and yes, i'm speaking from personal experience Smile
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#6
foad, do you really want to believe this hosty? As far as I am concerned this is child abuse. Who dug the sand pit, what happened to the lawn?
Reason: your past is my past
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#7
The benefit to the local school children appears to outweigh any local connection. I'm aware of several 'ins' that produced a benefit to local communities. Nothing wrong with that.
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