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CHAIRMAN DAVID MC VICAR and NIGEL YOUNG CONSERVATIVE DUNSTABLE ...

CHAIRMAN DAVID MC VICAR and NIGEL YOUNG CONSERVATIVE DUNSTABLE

Honest people do 3 things

Refuse to make misleading statements
Do not withhold important information
Communicate facts truthfully

The definition of Sham is to falsely present as the truth” i.e. fake, pretense, fraud

There is no better example of a SHAM than what Conservative politicians are doing to the green belt through their local Councillors.

England’s green belt covers over 6,000 square miles of countryside, which is wrapped around towns and cities to prevent urban sprawl.

On October 12th last year Communities Secretary Eric Pickles pledged

“The green belt will be protected, and the Conservatives will do all they can to preserve the character of the countryside”,Mr Pickles made clear that ministers will not allow weakening in green belt protections.

Protecting the character of the countryside is stamped deep into the heart of Conservatism."

“And let me tell you – the green belt plays a vital role in stopping urban sprawl and we will protect it.”

Based on the actions of Conservative counsellors that control local government this was a lie.

There are examples occurring all over the country where unscrupulous Conservative local councillors are betraying the communities that they are meant to protect.

A good example of this Sham is what the local Conservative Government is doing to the residents of Barton Le Clay by changing a green belt area to accommodate Travellers sites.

The 8000 residents of Barton Le Clay want to ask David Mc Vicar Conservative Councillor from Dunstable and the other 20 Conservative Councillors responsible for trashing their green belt.

Why? What did we do to you that would cause you to try and ruin our quality of life?

Are some of you on the payroll of those wishing to change our precious country side?

Does the fact that you all live an average of 12 miles from Barton

have anything to do with it?

Each of you would have to drive on average over 25 minutes, with many of living up to 18 miles from Barton, so it doesn’t affect you personally, does it?

Is it in some way to punish us for not being represented by a Conservative Councillor? 95% of the sites selected were not areas even close to where you all live.

Barton Le Clay residents are looking for answers.

For more information on what is happening in Barton Le Clay go to http://bartonleclay.net

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 Central Bedfordshire Council Central Bedfordshire Council Presentation Transcript

  • People Differ in Many Ways Appearance Mannerisms Beliefs Values
  • Challenge of Diversity To find a way to Relate to People In a way that virtuallyeveryone wants to be treated
  • Golden Rule…Respect …Fairness … …Honesty
  • Selection of Barton for Gypsy Sites Disrespect Unfair Dishonest
  • Honest people do 3 things• Refuse to make misleading statements• Do not withhold important information • Communicate facts truthfully
  • Who are the They?Overview of the Committeeresponsible for selection…
  • 23 Councillors • 21 Conservatives • 1 Liberal Democrat • 1 Independent
  • Chairman David Mc Vicar CON DunstableWard had No proposed sitesLives 11.1 Miles from Barton 22 minute drive
  • Alan Bastable Vice ChairmanConservative Cranfield Ward had No proposed sites Lives 18.7 miles from Barton 39 minute drive
  • Mrs C Fiona ChapmanConservative FlitwickWard has No proposed sitesLives 15.8 miles from Barton • 30 minute drive
  • Alison GrahamIndependent Silsoe and Shillington Ward had No proposed sites Lives 4.1 miles from Barton 16 minute drive
  • Ruth GammonsConservative Caddington Ward had 1/2 proposed site 92 Not selected Lives 10.5 Miles 25 minutes
  • Ken MathewsConservative Cranfield Ward had No proposed sites Lives 18 miles from Barton 37 minute drive
  • Caroline MaudlinConservative Sandy Ward had 1 proposed sites 40,112 None selected Lives 18.9 miles from Barton 35 minute drive
  • Brian SaundersConservative Stotfold Ward had 4 proposed sites (70 81,75,76) 1 selected -76 Lives 13.7 miles from Barton 25 minute drive
  • Peter WilliamsLiberal Dem Tithe Farm Ward had No proposed sites Lives 7.6 miles from Barton 25 minute drive
  • Ian DalgarnoConservative Arlesey Ward had 1/2 proposed site 79 Selected Lives 13.7 miles from Barton 27 minute drive
  • Amanda DodwellConservative Leighton Buzzard South Ward had No proposed sites Lives 17.2 miles from Barton 32 minute Drive
  • Carole HegleyConservative DunstableWard had No proposed sitesLives 10.6 miles from Barton 22 minute drive
  • David HopkinConservative Linslade Ward had No proposed sites Lives 19.5 miles from Barton 35 minute drive
  • James JamiesonConservative Flitton Ward had 5 proposed sites 13,32,33,78,116 1 selected (Pulloxhill/Barton 116 existing Gypsey site Lives 6.4 miles from Barton 13 minute drive
  • Maurice JonesConservative Biggleswade Ward had No proposed sites Lives 15.7 miles from Barton 29 mile drive
  • Brian SpurrConservative Leighton Buzzard North Ward had No proposed sites Lives 18 Miles from Barton 35 minute drive
  • Richard StayConservative CaddingtonWard had 1/2 proposed site 92 Not selected Lives 7.5 miles from Barton 13 minute drive
  • Patricia Turner Conservative NorthillWard had No proposed sitesLives 14.8 miles from Barton 33 Minute drive
  • Andrew Michael TurnerConservative Flitwick Ward had No proposed sites Lives 9 miles from Barton 17 minute drive
  • Michael VersallionConservative Heath and Reach Ward had No proposed sites Lives 7.5 miles from Barton 13 minute drive
  • Budge WellsConservative Aspley and Woburn Ward had No proposed sites Lives 14.9 miles from Barton 29 minute drive
  • Richard WenhamConservative Arlesey Ward had 1/2 proposed site -79 Selected Lives 11.4 miles from Barton 20 minute drive
  • J Nigel YoungConservative Dunstable Ward had No proposed sites Lives 11.7 miles from Barton 25 minute drive
  • Let’s take a look at the facts! Only 8.5% of the sites selected were in committee members wards. Failure to follow guidelines
  • Selection of Barton Unreasonablethe site is unsuitable Green Belt Dangerous road conditions Outstanding natural beauty Protected wildlife Jobs lost
  • Selection was a Sham “Falsely present as the truth” i.e. fake,pretense,fraud
  • Pervasive Spread throughoutThe corruption is so pervasive that it is accepted as the way to do business
  • Message to Executive Committee members You blew it! You picked the wrong site You failed to follow procedures You underestimated residents in Barton le Clay