Sunday, 30 October 2016
Friday, 28 October 2016
Would it be too much to ask that this contagion be arrested here and now, or is it too late?
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Saturday, 22 October 2016
Friday, 14 October 2016
The hypocrisy displayed in the report when then applied to the proposed Lorry park is monumental!
Without going into detail, 2 specific points caught my eye:
On page 360, there is a lot of talk about full health impact assessments on large builds; Policy HW2. So, where is the one for the Lorry park? Surely not the work of fantasy that Highways England produced?
Secondly, Shepway District Council have the temerity to quote the governments white paper on "Healthy People; Healthy Lives", which states "create healthy living places to grow up and grow old". Next to a Lorry park spewing out deadly particulates? I think not!
So, Shepway Council release their own policy to protect the environment, build with sustainability and particular emphasis on protecting our rural areas and wildlife, but they want to build a Lorry park on area of special scientific interest, which has massive biodiversity and rare species.
Will you find a more hypocritical approach to anything in this area? Almost certainly Yes, whenever it suits the hypocrites that have the bare faced audacity to call themselves representatives of the people; I.e. The Shepway District councillors!
Feel free to share the above with anyone and everyone and encourage them to respond to the report, in whatever way the feel appropriate.
Sunday, 9 October 2016
Wednesday, 5 October 2016
Shepway District Council's cabinet is due to discuss the detail of the planning application (note: but not decide the application) on Wednesday 19th October 5pm.
We will need as many people as possible people to attend that meeting and also to protest outside the Civic Centre before the meeting – gather at 4.30. Please bring banners and be prepared to make a lot of noise!
There is limited space in the public gallery in the council chamber but we will try to film the proceedings. It is unlikely you will be allowed to take your banners into the council chamber and we will need to be quiet during the meeting itself. Unfortunately there is no opportunity for members of the public to ask questions at cabinet meetings but feel free to email cabinet members in advance.
The agenda papers won't be published until a week before the meeting but we will post the link here.
Tuesday, 4 October 2016
Sunday, 2 October 2016
Our amazing supporters have helped us raise over £10,000, but we need to keep the funds coming in.To contribute to the Parish Council's bid for a JR you can make payments direct to our bank account:
Nat West Bank
Sort Code: 52-41-42
A/C No: 59193794
Or by cheque payable to, "Stanford Parish Council" to:
Mrs Dorothy Bultitude (Clerk)
Tudor Cottage, Stanford North, Kent, TN25 6DH
Donations can be anonymous or named. Please use the ref "Lorry Park JR". Any funds remaining at the end of our campaign will be returned pro rata to donors who state this at the time of donation otherwise they will be used for the good of the Parish. A breakdown of donations received and their use will be included in the Parish Accounts.
Thank you all for your continued support.
In association with S&DRA, SOS Kent and Stanford Parish Council
Saturday, 1 October 2016
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