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    A slap on the wrist for the developer; I wonder if they'lll stick to their word?

    https://www.rugbyadvertiser.co.uk/ne...tion-1-8937427

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    But the damage is done, isn't it?

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    Unfortunately it has. It'll take decades to grow back to it's original state.

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    It's been a while since I came across the word 'yuppie': https://www.rugbyadvertiser.co.uk/ne...able-1-8964578

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    A lot of objections are about the Long Marston development are coming in : http://www.stratford-herald.com/9987...n-village.html

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    3500 homes means a lot of people. I can understand the concerns

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    Moved to Living in/Moving to Warwickshire thread - seems a better place.

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    Another decision kicked into the long grass: http://www.stratford-herald.com/1002...kely-year.html

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    Not enough plain brown envelopes available?

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    Money laundering is really being clamped down on nowadays.

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    It's a shame the flats being demolished can't be replaced with the equivalent number of houses: https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/ne...ition-16551950

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    Coventry is desperately short of homes, so one can only wonder why this decrease in dwellings is being allowed and the block is not being refurbished.

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    We've had social housing built near us with the usual problems that arise from that. During the summer holidays, kids are bored out of their little skulls, so they put my garden fence in and came back to make more holes just for fun. I got the police involved , they gave me a crime number. I think I managed to scare the kids off!

    When I first moved here it was a peaceful little haven.
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    Their parents ought be made pay for any damage.

    But, in our blue-rinsed, lilly-livered, liberal thinking, non judgemental society, it'll never happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbonk View Post
    Their parents ought be made pay for any damage.

    But, in our blue-rinsed, lilly-livered, liberal thinking, non judgemental society, it'll never happen.

    I know, nothing will come of it. I asked the police If can make a citizens arrest if I caught them , they warned me that if I do detain some kid until the cops arrived , the parent of that child will take exception, I then replied to the police that I take exception to criminal damage.
    I suppose in theory you can't really touch kids, unless you got a photo of them which opens up another can of worms. So the little terrors can get away with doing a demolition job on your property and get a way with murder.. little brats!
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    A few years back a guy who worked for me was arrested for something very similar Margaret. The police were absolutely on the child's side and accused my employee of all sorts of crimes. When my employee complained that the child had destroyed several expensive plants in his garden the police took the attitude, 'so what!'

    A former neighbour caught someone breaking into his car. He treated the guy to a damned good hiding. Guess who got hammered by the courts?

    The law is not on the side of the law abiding these days!

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