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Protesters take to the streets over new town 'twice the size of Hythe' planned for Kent

Hundreds of protesters angry about plans to build a new 12-thousand home town in Kent took their objections to the streets today.

Campaigners rallied against proposals to build a lorry park, develop part of Hythe and build a new 'garden city'.

Sarah Saunders reports

Sarah Saunders spoke to protesters, David Plumstead from the Shepway Community and Environment Network, Martin Whybrow KCC Cllr for Hythe, David Monk Leader of Shepway District Council and resident Gillian Bond.