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http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/business/sheffield-is-uk-caravan-and-motorhome-capital-1-4522780

 

Sheffield has been found to be the caravan and motorhome capital of the UK.

 

According to research by specialist insurers Safeguard, the Steel City houses the largest concentration of caravan and motorhome owners.

 

More caravans per capita than any other part of the UK. Because of the lack of housing, we need them too!

 

Can you claim housing benefit for a caravan?, we might be able to solve the housing crisis that has resulted from a lack of social housing...

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http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/business/sheffield-is-uk-caravan-and-motorhome-capital-1-4522780

 

 

 

More caravans per capita than any other part of the UK. Because of the lack of housing, we need them too!

 

Can you claim housing benefit for a caravan?, we might be able to solve the housing crisis that has resulted from a lack of social housing...

 

You need to take a break from those drugs, you're seeing things - a shortage of houses when the story claims nothing like.

 

There's also a strong whiff or paranoia.

 

Considering Sheffield's proximty to Skegness - caravan capital of the UK, its not surprising that Sheffield has the most caravan owners.

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Is there no item of news which you can't turn into a housing thread?

 

Edit: there seem to be plenty of empty houses in this article, maybe you should be taking this up with the powers that be.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-17255852

 

Pathfinder demolition, the government evicted people and knocked down houses to increase houseprices. One labour's most evil policies.

 

1000s of houses were demolished in Sheffield, and across the North.

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Pathfinder demolition, the government evicted people and knocked down houses to increase houseprices. One labour's most evil policies.

 

1000s of houses were demolished in Sheffield, and across the North.

 

What's that got to do with your initial post about caravans?

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What's that got to do with your initial post about caravans?

 

It was in response to the quoted post.

 

However, we could guess that the lack of housing resulting from demolition (the evil scum demolished more housing than the Luftwaffe), has led to people to use alternative accommodation, for example; caravans.

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Instead of going on about that rubbish, why don't you address the point I put across. I'll post it again if you're struggling to comprehend:

 

You need to take a break from those drugs, you're seeing things - a shortage of houses when the story claims nothing like.

 

There's also a strong whiff or paranoia.

 

Considering Sheffield's proximty to Skegness - caravan capital of the UK, its not surprising that Sheffield has the most caravan owners.

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Instead of going on about that rubbish, why don't you address the point I put across. I'll post it again if you're struggling to comprehend:

 

There is no law forcing me to respond to your post. It is up to me if I do.

 

I responded to your 2nd post, which asked me why I responded to somebody else's post.

 

You need to take a break from those drugs, you're seeing things - a shortage of houses when the story claims nothing like.

 

There's also a strong whiff or paranoia.

 

Considering Sheffield's proximty to Skegness - caravan capital of the UK, its not surprising that Sheffield has the most caravan owners.

 

This is your 3rd post, and this part of it looks similar to your 1st post.

 

It is interesting to note that using ctrl+c and ctrl+v can save you typing out the same post twice.

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