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'IT'S A SELL- OUT' SAY BEAVER'S TENANTS

'IT'S A SELL- OUT' SAY BEAVER'S TENANTS

FAMIUES on Hounslow's Beaver Estate—who backed their charitable housing trust landlords in a multi-million pound deal to save their homes— now claim they've been sold down the river. The angry tenants feat "astronomical" service charges and say they "face the future with Rachman
April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Mr Baker added that asbestos removal from the homes was also planned. He said: "We have evidence on file from Hounslow Council that the asbestos on the estate is stable. We shall be removing any potentially dangerous asbestos." The repair pro-. delisted £2 solllio - a towards th
April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Don's story

KOREAN War veteran Donald Barrett has helped Chelsea's National Army Museum recreate the strife-torn atmosphere of the 1950-53 Far East conflict by preseudng it with his unique collection of war-time mensattos. The ex-corporal from Whitton gathered together his highly intriguing
April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HEATHROW is to have its own waterfall—that's the prospect in a £300,000 scheme to landscape the airport's main entrance from

HEATHROW is to have its own waterfall—that's the prospect in a £300,000 scheme to landscape the airport's main entrance from

the A 4 and M 4 spur. The waterfall is part of the scheme to create a better welcome for visitors and meeters-and-greeters. It will provide a floodlit backdrop to the new "Heathrow" sign on the central island at the south end of the M 4 spur. The five-metre high structure will s
April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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FROM CAPTAIN KRON: Last wash Captain Kron zapped one of the woodlice as punishment for slaughterkig the giant ant. With the one surviving woodlouse the only insect remaining on the Planet Kronon, the Captain starts to clear up in the wake of the war. . . As the woodlouse's found
April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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April 6, 1989 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England