Category Archives: Media
Tonight BBC Look North exposed East Riding planning. The main reason I voted against an increase in Council Tax last month was the amount of money ERYC waste. Why was I the only one?
As ERYC have a lot of dedicated, professional and talented officers I am pleased to see the Pocklington Post cover the recent praise of ERYC Officers. Well done Pocklington Post and ERYC Officers.
At yesterdays Standards Committee hearing I observed an East Riding of Yorkshire Council that is corrupt to the core. I will be publish more information in due course.
A contact has investigated the names and addresses on the Pocklington Post Letters attacking me. They have confirmed that they are indeed fictitious names and addresses. Conservatives 27 v 1 Independent I represent a Ward at the western edge of … Continue reading
It is looking like the saga of Pocklington Town Council (PTC) producing a robust Level 3 Emergency Plan will soon come to fruition. Previously PTC had stated their Emergency Plan was fit for purpose. This was true to Level 1 … Continue reading
I am of the opinion that the Planning process is the main subject that residents struggle to fully understand. As such I have requested ERYC to include a Planning feature in a future issue of Your East Riding.
It appears that the recent letters in the Pocklington Post attacking me are from fictitious names and addresses. My information confirms that neither Mr Mike Brookes-Ward or Mr Andrew St Johns-Toms live on Mile End Park. Furthermore the Electors’ Rights Association does … Continue reading
When I became an ERYC Councillor I was informed that members had an agreement that they do not take photos of other members in public meetings. I respected this but unfortunately this agreement was breached by Conservative Councillor Dee Sharpe … Continue reading
It was with bemusement that I read two letters attacking me in last weeks Pocklington Post. I would like to assure Mike Brookes-Ward that as per the Nolan Principles I must “be willing to challenge poor behaviour wherever it occurs” Thus … Continue reading