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Fall of large family houses

I share the regret of councillor Peter Evans and of other members of Chichester City Council at the proposed demolition of this fine Mock Tudor (aka Tudor Revival) house in Lavant Road, Summersdale (report on page 2 of the Chichester Observer for 13 September and fuller on-line report).

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Votes cancel each other out

With apologies for making this chapter three of the recent Brexit correspondence, may I respond to Mr Wilton’s reply in the Observer of September 6 to my letter published in the Observer of August 30?

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All plan but very little action over air quality

I’ve read several letters recently from readers concerned about poor air quality locally, especially in certain areas of Chichester. There have also been reports of an increase in cases of asthma, particularly affecting children.

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Chequers plan failed on every level

It is often said a week is a long time in politics and so it has proved as the Chequers agreement optimistically praised by Gillian Keegan in her column has now been rewritten by the far right of her party who are the ones who really hold the reins of power.

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A fresh referendum is the only way

Mr Howbeck (Letters, July 19), is high in emotion and low in facts. His reference to ‘Berlin’s Article 50’ is ridiculous, emotional and incorrect. Article 50 is the EU’s, not Berlin’s and an eminent British lawyer, Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, drafted it.

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Festival can help keep city alive

Recent editions of the Chichester Observer have covered ideas for the future of Chichester. The big question seems to be about renewal – how to keep a great city alive, accessible to all and full of places and things that people want to see and do.

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LETTER: Underpasses are impossible

Underpasses are notorious for their susceptibility to flooding, even in areas well above sea level where drainage is not normally a problem, as illustrated by this week’s heavy rains further north.

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LETTER: Condemned by lack of action

In my opinion West Sussex County Council have totally failed in their ability to manage the benefits that would have accrued to the Chichester community if they had secured the £250m road investment in 2017.

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