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Trigpoint: Mount Resr

Mount Resr 51m (167ft)

Classification: Trigpoint.
Flush Braket: S5288
Historic use: 4th order
Condition: Good
OS Grid Ref: TQ748091 (10 figure Grid Ref: TQ7484409151).
Latitude: 50.85544, Longitude: 0.48275, Height: 51 metres (167 feet)
Site ID: TP4316

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Trigpoint data contributed by John Davis, and further developed by Trigpointing UK

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

Map Legend: :Trigpoints | :Nearby Hill | :Nearby Trigpoint


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  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Via access track from cul de sac -over 3 locked gates - first two covered in barbed wire to deter visitors. The Bexhill-Hastings link road is currently under construction close by. According to the main reason for building this single carriageway road road is to regenerate the most deprived area in the south east and one of the most deprived in the UK. Hastings is ranked 19 out of 326 local authorities in terms of deprivation. 500 million will be spent on economic regeneration across East Sussex over the next four years. We believe the link road will support this regeneration and benefit residents and businesses including: construction of 1200-2000 new homes, a new 50,000 square metre business park, jobs and regeneration amounting to 1 billion over 25 years. A substantial environmental policy is being put in place- to create / replace habitats lost in what has been a controversial development attracting protesters.
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