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Yorkshire aristocrat's plans to build new restaurant and car park in Runswick Bay attracts villagers' objections

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A 15,000-acre estate owned by the Marquis Of Normanby is facing a wave of opposition to a proposal to build a restaurant and 44-space car park to alleviate congestion in a popular coastal village.
1 month ago·Yorkshire, United States

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Yorkshire aristocrat's plans to build new restaurant and car park in Runswick Bay attracts villagers' objections

A 15,000-acre estate owned by the Marquis Of Normanby is facing a wave of opposition to a proposal to build a restaurant and 44-space car park to alleviate congestion in a popular coastal village.

1 month ago·Leeds, United Kingdom
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