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Objections raised at Highway Committee meeting

the soldiers are gone but the tank tracks remain

2005 - July 25
The countryside officer tells us that the county council 'accepts the existence of a public footpath on the claimed route'. (137)
2005 - October 24
Objections to the proposal to divert the footpath were received from residents, the community association and the parish council but the highway committee resolved:
 
'That a diversion order be made under the terms of Section 257 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.' (243-4)

see Countryside Agency guidance - is the development sustantially complete?

2005 - October 24
'The council solicitor said the proposed diversion would now be advertised in the local press. If any objection resulted from that, a public inquiry would follow'. (56) Darlington & Stockton Times, October 28 2005
2007
Notices are posted - not in January 2006 as expected but after a period of 18 months in April 2007.



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'There has not been any consultation with the people of Stainton Grove, which was promised by

Durham County Council' - a Teesdale District Councillor. (81) Darlington & Stockton Times, August 9 2002

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Our heritage is who we are today; we are the only ones who can protect it.

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The law locks up the man or woman,
Who steals the goose from off the common,
But leaves the greater villain loose,
Who steals the common from the goose.

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