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Fight over homes bid.

TORY Parliamentary candidates Marcus Jones and Dan Byles have stepped up their fight against a proposal to build thousands of houses in Nuneaton and Bedworth.

The Government's controversial Regional Spatial Strategy has come under fire locally after it was revealed that up to 15,000 houses will be imposed on the borough, via the unelected Regional Assembly, with green belt land also earmarked as a spill-over from Coventry.

"It is obvious that local people don't want these housing targets imposed on their area by the Labour government's unelected regional quango," said Mr Jones.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Nov 13, 2009
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