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Protestors take to the streets of Hythe to oppose three big proposed housing developments

By KentOnline reporter

Hundreds of activists joined a protest march in Hythe today (Saturday) to protest against over-development in the area.

A march organised by the Sellindge and District Residents’ Association (SDRA)saw a “giant rally” live up to its name as scores of protestors armed with protest banners and placards took to the streets.

Protestors march through Hythe town centre Picture: Sam Matthews
Protestors march through Hythe town centre Picture: Sam Matthews

The protest was objecting to three major developments campaigners say threaten the countryside around Hythe – thousands of homes planned for Otterpool Park, the proposed development at Princes Parade, and the lorry park at Stanford.

Full story and more pictures in this week's Folkestone & Hythe Express.

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