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MP Fox objects to village homes plan

PUBLISHED: 19:00 06 July 2016

Liam Fox is one of five hoping to be the new Prime Minister.

Liam Fox is one of five hoping to be the new Prime Minister.


North Somerset’s MP, Dr Liam Fox, says plans to build 59 homes in Wrington are inappropriate and should not go ahead.

Dr Fox said road safety, a lack of infrastructure and flooding mean Redcliffe Homes’ proposal to build off Cox’s Green should not be approved by North Somerset Council.

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