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  • So if someone has an asset but not the money to bring it to some form of order, and could be waiting for it to sell on the open market for a decent price, Broadland can come along and force an auction disposal which is likely to give a much lower return? Since I know people with perfectly decent houses on the market for six months still struggling to get viewings let alone buyers the time scale is pretty short and if there are empty new builds there is not exactly a housing crisis is there. What if the house is in a position to give access to a potential develoment area ? It is a rule open to all sorts of behind closed doors dealing. All this while holiday homes in good repair stand empty for most of the year. I do hope we don't see a scandal of people close to the council department buying up houses subject to these orders for a song. It is a power too far and is a bit of grandstanding .

    Daisy Roots

    Monday, November 26, 2012

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