Patches of orange in a land of green

Posted 23 Jun 2011 by stalbanscommunity Popular
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The landreports released by the government today show most of St Albans to be classified green, with very few patches in orange – meaning those property are still in ‘limbo’.

The full press release by the Beehive explains the details of the different zones. Factsheets and a map can be downloaded from the official website as well.

Anyone who likes to look up his or her property or his or her street can

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