THE LAST TANK TRACK 1942 - 2017 heritage landscapes help to preserve and celebrate history

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MASTER TEMPLATE

the soldiers are gone but the tank tracks remain

1993 - January 25

The Government considers that the effect of development on a public right of way is a material consideration in the determination of planning applications. It asks local authorities to ensure that the effect on a right of way is taken into account. (172)
2000 - August
The technical and contracts manager for the district council expressed concerns about the proposed development and the lack of consultation with residents. (182)

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The footpath starts at The Avenue.

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'There has not been any consultation with the people of Stainton Grove, which was promised by the county council' - a district councillor. (81) Darlington & Stockton Times, August 9 2002

'There has not been any consultation with the people of Stainton Grove, which was promised by

Durham County Council' - a Teesdale District Councillor. (81) Darlington & Stockton Times, August 9 2002

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Our heritage is who we are today; we are the only ones who can protect it.

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The law locks up the man or woman,
Who steals the goose from off the common,
But leaves the greater villain loose,
Who steals the common from the goose.

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