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  • Summer 2006 Newsletter

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    We explain how the new spatial planning system will affect housing numbers in the south east, and look at the issue of using sewage sludge as a fertiliser. Two new committee members also make a first appearance. Summber newsletter 2006


  • Autumn 2005 Newsletter

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    Local and regional planning issues are well to the fore as we reveal that over 200,000 new homes could be built on south east flood plains. And there’s a warm welcome for our new President, Prof Khalid Aziz. Autumn newsletter 2005


  • Spring 2005 Newsletter

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    The Society calls for the countryside between Winchester and Basingstoke to be designated as an official ‘strategic gap’. On a lighter note, local author Richard Adams writes of his lifelong love of birdsong. Spring newsletter 2005


  • Autumn 2004 Newsletter

    Newsletters

    We report from a Winchester local planning inquiry, update readers on the outlook for stone curlews, and feature an ominous Daily Mail report that ‘villages will disappear and rolling fields will be replaced by endless suburbia’. newsletter2-2004