SIR - Re Royal visitor for Woolsery. I live in Woolsery, i do not know of any local people in line for one of these properties Being a married father of two, i would love to have the stability obtained by owning or renting one. It would seem however i w
SIR - Re Royal visitor for Woolsery. I live in Woolsery, i do not know of any "local people" in line for one of these properties
Being a married father of two, i would love to have the stability obtained by owning or renting one. It would seem however i would stand a better chance if i divorce and become unemployed .
To my knowledge several people have been turned down for these houses. The common factor appears to be that they are hard working people.
The houses should never have been advertised as homes for local people, but as social housing.
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Original land owners sold at a cheaper rate in good faith believing local families would benefit. This will not be the case.
How about houses for hard working families priced out by the second home set?
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