SCANDAL

 

Scandal. Vandalism. Waste. These three scourges now place Malton in mortal danger, and they come from the very district council that is supposed to protect its interests. They must be stopped and we need your help to do so.

In developments that are both tragic and scandalous the distinctive future which Malton has said it wants for itself is once again threatened by the actions of a conflicted district council in cahoots with a property developer with whom it has a commercial agreement. Both seem intent on trying to recoup the losses caused by earlier mistakes by repeating the same mistakes. Ryedale District Council planning committee voted on 25th April 2014 to approve the proposal to build a superstore on Wentworth Street Car Park, effectively giving itself planning permission. The vote was along party lines with all those voting for the application being members of the Conservative group. Two of them said openly that the Council should cash in on the sale of the asset to its chosen developer, GMI Holbeck.

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In voting for the application these six members ignored the decision of the planning inspector from the previous appeal; their own local plan; substantial and credible questions about the data used to justify the application; threats to existing planned projects in Malton; threats to existing businesses and jobs; and overwhelming public opposition to the proposal from residents and businesses in Malton and the surrounding area.  doxycycline monohydrate blepharitis doxycycline hyclate night sweats doxycycline reviews

The best hope now is that Eric Pickles, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government will call the decision in so that Ryedale’s actions can be tested buy estrace no prescription. order estrace birth control pills. estrace vaginal cream is used to treat moderate to severe dryness, itching, warmth and burning in  in an independent review.

Please contact him to urge him to do so.  Details are:

Parliamentary

House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Tel: 020 7219 4428
Fax: 020 7219 2783
picklese@parliament.uk

Departmental

Department for Communities and Local Government, Eland House, Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5DU buy dapoxetine 30 mg pills online asia. men’s health. erectile dysfunction, men’s health, free airmail or courier shipping, amex.
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Website: www.ericpickles.com
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More background

An independent planning inspector gave the Fitzwilliam Estate permission for its supermarket on the livestock market site in 2012, and the Estate is in the early stages of making that happen.* The Inspector put GMI/Holbeck‘s permission on hold, reversing Ryedale Council’s previous decision to, effectively, give itself planning permission.  The council was adjudged then to have behaved unreasonably and by their actions to have wasted money. As a result, significant costs were awarded against the best prices for all customers! buy dapoxetine priligy. official drugstore, buy priligy dapoxetine uk. Council.

GMI Holbeck, in a commercial agreement with Ryedale District Council, is trying again, knowing that both stores cannot go ahead.  The planning authority is its commercial partner, the same District Council: judge and jury in its own case. If Wentworth Street goes ahead, the plan to build a store on the Livestock Market site and to ensure a smooth transition of the livestock market to another site will be abandoned. Each of these connected projects is designed to protect the essence of life in Malton, but both will die.

*You can read all of the detail of that appeal under the INFORMATION tab. Links to the new application are there too.

A virtual 3-D fly-through of the proposal for redeveloping Malton’s livestock market site has been unveiled on YouTube. The seven minute video includes three dimensional images of how the design will look from all angles. Click here to view.

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