Comment posted Osborne Interiors pursue the dance of the chain saws in Castle Woods by Dave Tipple.
This is a wood to far, they got the land at NON development prices, and now dont like it when they are faced with the fact that it should NOT be developed on, there are other sites that they can build on, but that means putting there hand in there pocket even further, an less of a profit, Weather or not the trees would have come down on the plot at Cumberland Ave this winter will never be known, the fact is they should not have been felled in the first place, they seam to get away with it, as you say they are the ones who are Gambling with the jobs of there staff, not the ones who want this will full destruction of our wood land stopped.
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This must be stopped, again this developer wants to destroy the wood scape of the town to make a LARGE profit, this land was snapped up by them at knock down prices as it was not ear marked for development, they are gambling with there work force jobs, by doing this instead of buying land that is ear marked for development like the old garden site, but that would cost more and there profit would be left. dont blame the ones who object to this if the work force jobs are at risk as the developer states. it is there gamble. I know this not a nice statement, but true, i never want to see or put jobs at risk, but this is what the developer is doing to make a bigger profit.
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