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drewbhoy
drewbhoy
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Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 11, 2011, 12:11
Don't know how much good a Scot signing it will do tho :-)
nigelswift
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Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 11, 2011, 12:37
Well spotted Goff, I've signed.

Hate the title though - support growth but not at all costs - as it implies NT have swallowed the underlying fib - that the only way the economy can grow is by the Torymates taking a big bite out of the Green Belt. That's an effing lie. Ask any economist. Ask all the other countries that aren't doing it that way.
thesweetcheat
thesweetcheat
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Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 11, 2011, 19:30
goffik wrote:
National Trust on Twitter wrote:
Only 7 days left to sign our #planning4ppl petition for Govt to protect local places ppl ♥ http://t.co/6108rNP7 #NPPF


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Signed, thanks Goff.
tjj
tjj
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Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 11, 2011, 20:28
goffik wrote:
National Trust on Twitter wrote:
Only 7 days left to sign our #planning4ppl petition for Govt to protect local places ppl ♥ http://t.co/6108rNP7 #NPPF



Thanks, have signed and re-posted on Facebook.
goffik
goffik
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Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 13, 2011, 10:56
English Heritage's Chairperson's comments to the House of Lords:

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201011/ldhansrd/text/111012-0002.htm#11101261001790

Watch the debate on Planning Policy reforms live:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/house_of_lords/newsid_9609000/9609943.stm

G x
nigelswift
8113 posts

Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 14, 2011, 16:21
Dear Supporter,



With the official consultation deadline fast approaching, well over 160,000 people have added their voice to our Planning for People petition. This is a fantastic response, thank you for signing up.



There are three days to go, so please encourage your family and friends to add their names, to make sure the Government really gets the message that their proposed planning reforms need rethinking. We will be delivering the petitions to Downing Street on Monday 17 October, along with our official response to the consultation.

There is no deadline for writing to your MP to share your concerns. Once the consultation closes there will be a lot of work going on behind-the-scenes to iron out the details of the planning framework. By raising the subject with your MP, you remind them just how important this is to you.



Take a look at our Planning for People summary, which sets out the changes we want to see in the planning framework.



Our work continues too, as we enter into constructive dialogue with Planning Minister, Greg Clark, looking at the policy in detail. We will be paying very close attention to the planning framework as it evolves, doing everything we can to ensure that, by the time it becomes law in April 2012, planning is for people, not just a blunt tool to deliver economic growth.


Thank you, once again, for your support.

Please do keep spreading the word.



Andrew, James, Ingrid, Ben, Ian, Tamasine, Kate, Rob, Holly, Cass, Sarah and Claire

The Planning for People team
The Sea Cat
The Sea Cat
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Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 14, 2011, 18:26
goffik wrote:
English Heritage's Chairperson's comments to the House of Lords:

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201011/ldhansrd/text/111012-0002.htm#11101261001790

Watch the debate on Planning Policy reforms live:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/house_of_lords/newsid_9609000/9609943.stm

G x


I'll watch them tomorrow. I don't want to spoil my head peace this evening! Cheers. :-)
The Sea Cat
The Sea Cat
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Edited Oct 14, 2011, 18:29
Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 14, 2011, 18:28
nigelswift wrote:
Dear Supporter,



With the official consultation deadline fast approaching, well over 160,000 people have added their voice to our Planning for People petition. This is a fantastic response, thank you for signing up.



There are three days to go, so please encourage your family and friends to add their names, to make sure the Government really gets the message that their proposed planning reforms need rethinking. We will be delivering the petitions to Downing Street on Monday 17 October, along with our official response to the consultation.

There is no deadline for writing to your MP to share your concerns. Once the consultation closes there will be a lot of work going on behind-the-scenes to iron out the details of the planning framework. By raising the subject with your MP, you remind them just how important this is to you.



Take a look at our Planning for People summary, which sets out the changes we want to see in the planning framework.



Our work continues too, as we enter into constructive dialogue with Planning Minister, Greg Clark, looking at the policy in detail. We will be paying very close attention to the planning framework as it evolves, doing everything we can to ensure that, by the time it becomes law in April 2012, planning is for people, not just a blunt tool to deliver economic growth.


Thank you, once again, for your support.

Please do keep spreading the word.



Andrew, James, Ingrid, Ben, Ian, Tamasine, Kate, Rob, Holly, Cass, Sarah and Claire

The Planning for People team


Nice one, Nigel.
nigelswift
8113 posts

Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 17, 2011, 09:06
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2047148/National-Trust-allowed-claim-victory-planning-campaign--majority-controversial-changes-ahead.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

Who'dathoughtit? NT are going to be allowed to claim victory but the bad stuff will remain.

Using public money to ensure your mates can build houses in the green belt would get you shot in China.
goffik
goffik
3924 posts

Re: Our Sacred Land
Oct 17, 2011, 11:15
Apparently the petition managed to gain "just shy of 210k signatures at hand in".

They're just about to hand it in to Number 10 now. :)

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