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Squamish housing task force chair Councillor Jason Blackman Wulff said reducing lot sizes is something Squamish council could consider, but there are pluses and minuses. “One of the things that can happen is if you reduce the requirement full scale throughout the community, then you may not achieve the same aspect in terms of affordability because it will change the land values,” he said. “If everybody knows that they can squeeze in a large number of units, then that just becomes the new norm, so you have to approach it with a really cautious approach.”.
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To make matters worse for the 48 year old, he was then forced to spend five hours on the back of a low loader being towed up the M40, M6 and M55 after breaking down in his Reliant Robin.Scroll down for videoHow ewe doing? Matt LeBlanc was no doubt feeling the chill as he braved the winter weather in Blackpool to film their Land Rover vs Jeep time trial for Top Gear on Friday after breaking downMeanwhile, Chris Evans, 49, didn’t seem best pleased with the delay, sitting with his arms folded in his car, donning a set of waterproofs over a crash helmet.RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 NextHaving trouble finding Top Gear, Chris? Video shows TV host. Welcome to England, Matt! New Top Gear host LeBlanc is.Matt and Chris’ visit to the town, which is on the Irish Sea, saw them accompanied by a large crew who were on hand to do everything in their power to ensure the day was a success.But continuing with the bad news of the day, the BBC may be forced to admit yet another blunder in the new series of Top Gear after a fan noticed host Matt was driving a car that wasn’t taxed.Along for the ride: Matt was forced to spend five hours on the back of a low loader being towed up the M40, M6 and M55 after breaking down in his Reliant whilst racing Chris to BlackpoolWaterproof:Chris Evans, 49, didn’t seem best pleased with the delay caused by Matt breaking down, sitting with his arms folded in his car, donning a set of waterproofs over a crash helmetTouch up: The crew were on hand to help Matt slip into his sheepskin coatNice helmet: Matt donned an American flag on his helmetThe error, described as ‘an admin matter’, came just hours after Chris was seen struggling to start his Jeep earlier that day in filming of the new series, which been anything but smooth sailing.In the latest embarrassment, Matt and Chris were racing Reliant Robin three wheeler cars from Blackpool to London, painted in their national colours.But a viewer checked the DVLA website to see if the vehicles had valid tax and MoT, and noticed Le Blanc’s three wheeler hadn’t been taxed since February last year.Wheels come off: A viewer checked the DVLA website to see if the Reliant Robin car being driven by Matt Le Blank was taxed and realised that it wasn’t which is a driving offenceStuttered start: The fan noticed while watching the show following Le Blanc’s race from London to Blackpool against fellow host Chris Evans, in which Evans’ car kept breaking downButting heads: The pair seemed to have fun goofing around on top of the carAll aboard: The crew legged it across the road to help fix the carsWhere’s Top Gear? Chris Evans got off to another stuttering start on the latest day of filming in Blackpool. He appeared to be struggling to find the right gear (pictured) as he got ready for a time trial raceFor some time it had been be carried on a low loader on the 250 mile trip and pictures show Le Blanc sitting at the wheel whilst it is on the break down truck, which is also a road traffic offence.The penalty for using a car on the road without road tax is 80 and if that is unpaid a court can increase it up to 1,000.The car fan who spotted the problem said: ‘There are so many police ANPR’s (Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras) about the car would have been spotted.”The BBC must have acted quickly if somewhat embarrassingly.’Victorious: The challenges for Chris and Matt for the new series, including a time trial, were labelled as ‘GB v USA’ and despite the fact Matt broke down he looked pleased with himself on the night.