Ross Clark - Articles in The Daily Telegraph

We are grateful to the Member of Europen Parliament (MEP), Daniel Hannan, for introducing our Association to Ross Clark




22.02.2003 - The South-East has to find space for 200,000 new homes
John Prescott has finally decided where but who will tell us how? -
More homes - and more misery


Sunday Telegraph 14.07.02 - Tunbridge Wells is disgusted
The town famous for its retired colonels and forthright views has found a new target-the proposed redevelopment of its old telephone exchange into flats.
Ross Clark unravels a tangled tale of angry residents and officialdom.

05.01.2002 - Cheap tricks and costly mistakes?
The winter sales are upon us but are those unmissable housing bargains all that they seem?


11.08.2001 - Pyramid that is built on sand
How will the predicted house-price "correction" hit?


10.03.2001 - Nothing is quite as it seems.
. . . it's all an illusion. The Top Ten ruses that developers use to make show homes seem bigger and better than they are.


24.02.2001 - Mixed development, mixed blessing?
Shops, offices and a nightlife on your doorstep? Alas, the planner's dream is often far removed from the residents' reality.


28.10.2000 - Paradise found, lost - and regained?
A new kind of villa civilisaton is emerging on the Thames Estuary. But will it live up to the masterplan drawn up by the developers [Crest Nicholson]?



The Telephone House Neighbours Association, Tunbridge Wells
The aims are to heighten peoples' awareness and concern for the development on Telephone House site, Church Road / York Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.



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