St Modwen and the changing numbers

As mentioned in my previous post St Modwen don't seem to know how many homes they had hoped to build on the failed eco-town site of Middle Quinton.  John Dodd, the Midlands regional director claimed only 500 homes were planned, but the Middle Quinton website developed and maintained by St Modwen and The Bird Group …

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The eco-town farce rolls on

First, the good news is that the government has announced the 4 "eco-town" development sites they will be ruthlessly forcing through awaiting planning permission for and the disasterous Middle Quinton proposal is not in the final four! The final four are: Rackheath, Norfolk north-west Bicester, Oxfordshire Whitehill Bordon, East Hants China Clay Community near St …

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Middle Quinton’s unsupported claims

Looks like St Modwen and The Bird Group of Companies have been at it again, stretching the truth about the poorly planned Middle Quinton "eco-town" site (BBC News - Eco town advert misled public).  This time their fanciful marketing has been dragged before the Advertising Standards Authority. In a local press advert St Modwen and …

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unfair, illogical and unreasonable

Those three words were used by John Steele QC to describe the Gordon Brown's "eco-town" policy.  As I long time supporter of the BARD Campaign I read with interest the latest stumbling block for New Labour's forced destruction of rural communities: The Telegraph - Gordon Brown's controversial eco-town plan could be unlawful, according to top …

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