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Subject: BNDR opposition Bridgwater
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2000 15:23:40 +0100

That damn road! - But its still not quite over...

Pressure from central government (because of our pressure) has resulted in the council calling another public meeting. This is the last thing they wanted and if enough turn up just one more time - the right people will be watching. The tables have turned - this is your chance to ask those awkward questions. You pay their wages - make them work for you!

As of May 19th planning permission had STILL NOT been finalised - yet trees fall and houses tumble. But Beazer is worried by all the fuss and is currently responsible for the hold-up; if put under pressure they may choose to withdraw. Dont forget this is not housing for people who live in Somerset or for low-income families; this is for people moving into the county, for second homes etc. It's only necessary for shareholders - if Beazers get hundreds of angry letters they will finally be convinced that this is too much hassle and not enough profit.

If you don't want to see 900 houses and a new road destroy the environment for the sake of making money for fat cats, please quickly get a letter to:

Mr V Benjamin (Chairman)
Beazer Group PLC
St. James House, The Square
Lower Bristol Road, Bath, North Somerset, BA2 3SB

There is still a chance to stop this, with the power of a few 2nd class stamps! Boycott Beazers Now!

CALL TO ARMS - Are there skilled individuals out there, willing to offer administration and advice to help with this cause? Typists, lawyers, architects, doctors, engineers; anyone who can help us evaluate the impact this will have.
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