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Speeding traffic in town





  

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RESIDENTS plagued by speeding traffic in roads off Salisbury Road have been reassured that work is ongoing to address the issue, and that the town’s county councillors have put forward a possible solution. Councillor Byron Quayle told town councillors in September that there had been something of a culture change whilst Edward Street, Albert Street, Victoria Road and Queens Road had been temporarily closed during the gas main works in Salisbury Street, and people had started using the Blandford bypass.        Read more…







   

Fight to save Nordon





THE fight to save Nordon, the former council headquarters in Salisbury Road, has stepped up with a letter sent to Lord Portman asking him to invoke the covenant imposed on the land by his ancestor, Right Honourable William Henry Berkeley Viscount Portman, when it was sold to the Woodhouse family. The covenant restricts development on the site to one single residence.    Read More…

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