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Monday 5 July 2004 10.23pm
They do it with mirrors

I'v just rememberd Alan chapman said the closing statements were being made on the 2 July ,

Did any one go and what was said.
Tuesday 13 July 2004 1.17pm
Does anyone know when the Inspector's report is likely to be published?
Tuesday 13 July 2004 9.42pm
I've got to say the one thing that was never discussed at the inquiry by either side was the Tate Modern flats,

Im not sure it will affect the out come of the potters fields inquiry

Politician's think the appreciation of the industrial architectural style of the Tate Modern is an acquired taste there for less controversial

Of course there wrong. Not to mention stupid
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Tuesday 20 July 2004 8.36am
Thanks to the contributors for giving such a comprehensive insight into the inquiry. It's been very interesting to follow. Does anyone know what the next stage of the process is? It's gone quieter than a smoke free pub.

gggggrrrrrruuff




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Tuesday 20 July 2004 9.44am
I believe we now just have to sit back and wait until the inspector makes his recommendations to John Prescott. Then we have to see what he decides. I don't know the time scale I'm afraid.
Tuesday 20 July 2004 9.48am
Thanks Alan.

gggggrrrrrruuff
Tuesday 20 July 2004 9.50am
The time table doesn't say when the inspector will deliver his decision

Not surprising considering the amount of information he has to mull over

We know if Berkeley loose there going to the high court

I wonder if southwark council plan on doing the same.

I think we should wait until we know whether we have the Olympics or not
Tuesday 20 July 2004 9.54am
The connection being.......?

By the way - anyone want to lay odds on what the Prescott decides?
Tuesday 20 July 2004 10.29am
I'll wager a pint he approves it. Its the time of year when Tony will be in Tuscany and Big JP will be in charge of the country. The power will go to his head (from his belly) and the rubber stamp will be awfully busy.
Tuesday 20 July 2004 5.28pm
The connection being.......?

a amajer event requres the coach park

Im not so sure about the outcome

we know the govenment is desprat to build housing ,but we also know there are strong arguments for not building it there
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