Can Oxmoor put up with any more?

I HAVE lived in my property for over 30 years. I have a pleasant green outside my front gate, and a view of trees through to the park opposite. They now plan to demolish the bungalows which are to the left of me and the garages which are still in use, and

I HAVE lived in my property for over 30 years. I have a pleasant green outside my front gate, and a view of trees through to the park opposite.

They now plan to demolish the bungalows which are to the left of me and the garages which are still in use, and build 10 houses in their place.

The plans also show a road outside my front gate to accommodate the residents of the new-build houses (how nice for them).

But what about us, those who have lived in our row for many years, and for the ones who own their own property? Will they now devalue? Of course they will.


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There will be more overcrowding, more loss of green spaces. How much more can the families of the Oxmoor be expected to put up with?

E MASON

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Thongsley

Huntingdon

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