District Councillor Letter October 2017

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In her October newsletter, District Councillor, Tiffany Osborne, informs us that SSDC are adopting a more 'Commercial Strategy', how this helps deal with funding shortfalls and overrun expenditure in several 'high profile' projects is yet to be seen.
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The current SSDC 5 year Housing Supply has capacity for 4.2 years..... mmmm
Tiffany also mentions the Electoral Commission boundary reform process.....
Download or read online her letter as a PDF.

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