By Steven Norris, Steven Norris30 January 2004
Back in 1984, the then Conservative government came up with the idea of a Birmingham Northern Relief Road (BNRR) which would be designed, built, financed and operated by the private sector. The route was bitterly opposed from the start both because the emerging thinking was that new roads simply induce ...
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