JazzyQ wrote:"local people are now totally fed up with not being listened to when they express their well-founded concerns about what is being planned in this, OUR home, and that we are starting to shout up more loudly about it"
EXACTLY Bumbly. OUR HOME.
I sat through the SPD call in meeting where councillors voted in zombie like fashion. They seemed surprised when one of the QH residents asked to be allowed to comment.
So what can we DO to make our voices heard?
JazzyQ wrote:Something I found just now in the Observer to add to the discussion.
I met George Turner, who is mentioned in the article, at a day organised by Just Space and liked what he had to say.
Here he mentions legal challenge, which seems to be a weapon in our armoury if other methods fail.
It does feel a bit like David and Goliath, but look who won that
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