Thursday April 9, 2020

Dissent of man

It’s a dereliction of duty for politicians to allow derelict sites to deface our streetscapes. The greedy developers who created them should be made to tidy up their mess

28th May, 2011

Our town is riddled with so many derelict buildings, you’d think there’d been a war.

Last week a Dutch tourist complained that our neighbouring town looked like Beirut, and he was right.

Hotels and houses here are all boarded up, burned and broken.

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