White Rat wrote:What the hell are they playing at - the area had only just started to become human after the ravages of the 1960s. The place is full of history and some how had started to acquire a certain serenity despite the noise and traffic fumes. One struggles to understand the motives of those involved. No doubt a fast buck will be made and I cannot understand the silence of the council members who seem entirely disinterested. I was looking forward to the day that the fly over would be demolished as it would be too expensive to repair and the area would become even more sedate, but there seems to be another agenda for reasons I just do not understand.
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