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A BUM DEAL - Wealden had been preventing development anywhere near this well and the associated historic generating buildings for over 30 years. They also sought every ruse in the book to prevent use, including serving an enforcement notice, a prosecution in the Magistrates Court, and seeking injunctions in the High Court to include removing toilet and canteen facilities.


When they got the chance to cause harm to their long term adversary, as in poisoning his water supply, it slipped their mind to consult the Environment Agency and County Archaeologist about Lime Well, as to pesticides, herbicides and hydrocarbons. Is this just a series of strange coincidences, or, on the balance of probabilities, something more?





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10. Climate change & flooding
11. Conserving natural environment
12. Conserving enhancing history

13. Sustainable minerals
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COUNTRYSIDE ABOMINATION & HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS - If you buy one of these (proposed) houses, not only will you be adding to global warming, but you could be letting yourself in for many years of litigation, not least of which is the potential to be charged under groundwater contamination laws. At least 40% of the houses shown are in a direct line to poison the only working well in the village - Lime Well - in the lower left of the picture. The developers will also fall foul of the Human Rights Act 1998, for interfering with the peaceful enjoyment of a water supply.




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