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If you don't stimulate the demand side of the equation, companies won't have confidence to go out and buy land and build homes.feedback
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Oct 08 2017
David Thomas has been quoted 14 times. The one recent article where David Thomas has been quoted is Homeless people in Oxford threatened with £2, 500 fines | Society | The Guardian. Most recently, David Thomas was quoted as having said, “Using antisocial legislation to sweep the homeless off the streets whilst refusing to re-open a 50-bed homeless hostel in the city centre shows how skewed the priorities of Oxford city's Labour-run council have become. There a pattern here. It's only a couple of years ago that Oxford Labour tried to fine the homeless for sleeping rough in the city centre. It took an alliance of student activists, Liberty and the Greens to make them see sense that time.”.
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Jul 13 2016

We would look at future land commitments, our current commitments, we would also look at our build programmes and the extent to which we should slow down our build programmes. The principle focus of our reassessment will be about where we have approved land but we have not yet submitted for planning or alternatively where land is coming to the market that we could bid on and we are looking at whether we will or we won't.feedback

Feb 23 2016

With a robust balance sheet and strong cash generation the company remains well placed to weather an extended downturn.feedback

Jul 22 2015

They could well take us back to within a few years of the actual founding of Islam.feedback

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