Thursday, August 10, 2006
Friends of Coatham Common -15th Letter
CHRIS McGLADE AND THE FRIENDS OF COATHAM COMMONS - 15TH LETTER
“Our aim is to have the coatham enclosure developed entirely for leisure Without having the housing”
COUNCILLOR STANDS AGAINSTCOUNCIL’S PLANS FOR COATHAM
Full public meeting: Coatham Bowl,
Doors open 6.30pm Starting
MIKE FINDLEY CALLS FOR PUBLIC INQUIRY
Councillor Mike Findley, has broken away from the council he was elected to serve, because they aren’t telling the truth about the lack of funding for the leisure facilities in the Coatham Enclosure.
Councillor Findley has recently distributed a newsletter in his ward of Marske and New Marske, stating that even if the council received all the funding they have applied for, they would still be nearly 13 MILLION POUNDS SHORT of delivering the leisure facilities in Coatham. He also states that we should have a baths in
Because the FIGURES DON’T ADD UP, he is now calling for a FULL PUBLIC INQUIRY into the whole fiasco, before our town gets SOLD DOWN THE RIVER, AGAIN!
Our town was sold down the river with the ‘Regents Walk’ Development. Before it was built, we were led to believe by the council that it would be a top class shopping destination with boulevards and trees, all under a dome roof with major retail shops. In reality what have we got? A cut through to ‘Morrisons’, that’s filled with cheap shops and shops pulled in off the High Street. This has left businesses at the top and bottom ends of our High Street struggling and seen the biggest fast food chain in the world, ‘McDonalds’, close its High Street outlet.
The council has now admitted, after it has wrecked our high Street, that the ‘Regents Walk’ has been a disappointment, and has also admitted that they can’t make top shops come to
Our town was sold down the river with the ‘
The Coatham Enclosure will have the same result as these two developments. The council are promising us everything, but they can’t deliver, because they don’t have the funding. Don’t let our town be sold down the river again as it was with the ‘Regents Walk’ and ‘
DO IT FOR YOURSELVES. DO IT FOR OUR TOWN. BUT MOST OF ALL, DO IT FOR YOUR CHILDREN WHO WILL ONE DAY INHERIT THIS TOWN. THIS TOWN BELONGS TO US.
See all the truth of how this council have been behaving, all the facts, and all the council employees who have come forward to speak out against the council on:
If you would like to object to the planning application, send your letters of objection before 31st August to:
The Planning Department, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council,
Guisborough TS14 7FD
God Bless, Chris McGlade