road protests 1998   |   road protests (current)   |   movement links

From: "SchNEWS" (
To: "SchNEWS Subscribers"
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 14:33:02 +0000
Subject: SchNEWS 177, 24 July 1998


Under the 'Conditional Exemption' scheme, owners of historic houses, landscapes and sites of special interest do not have to pay inheritance or capital transfer tax if they "allow reasonable public access". The cop out is: they do not have to publicise where these sites are!

Mark Thomas, whose Channel 4 Programme publicised this and have produced a list of sites, recently visited, (along with 100 'The Land is Ours'ers), Lady Lucy Phillips's 1500 acre estate nr Luton. To find out how you too can 'go a' wandering' in the countryside some rich bastard's ancestors squatted, write enclosing £1.00 to -

'The Lie of the Land'
PO Box 4000
London, W12 8UF
or check out



road protests 1998   |   road protests (current)   |   movement links