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Appeal: Relocation of WW2 allotments to make way for housing blocked

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A reporter has refused permission to redevelop a 19th century textile mill in the Scottish Borders, after a petition opposing the relocation of historic allotments on the site to make way for 69 new homes gathered 1,300 signatures.

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