Category Archives: Planning

ERYC Planning Fiasco – Ignored Years Notice

I can reveal that East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) was given a years notice to avert the Planning Fiasco that resulted in the Planning Inspectorate approving two applications by Gladman’s for: 360 homes in Pocklington 150 homes in Swanland … Continue reading

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Tory Planning Fiasco – Facts Required Mike

Last Monday, in response to Tory Planning Fiasco – Time To Admit Failure, Councillor Mike Stathers in a rather unpleasant and aggressive email responded to my enquiry without including any substantive detail. Is Stamford Bridge Next? Mike stated: “For the … Continue reading

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Tory Planning Fiasco – Time To Admit Failure

It is now over 10 weeks since the Tory dominated East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC)  planning fiasco that resulted in plans for hundreds of new homes across East Riding receiving the green light due to the incompetence of Tory … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Councillor “Bully Boy” Stathers

There was a time when I thought ERYC Deputy Leader Councillor “Bully Boy” Mike Stathers was a credit to ERYC, himself and the residents he represents. Sadly that is no longer the case. ERYC Deputy Leader – Councillor Mike Stathers … Continue reading

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ERYC Catastrophic Planning Failure – Inspectors Report

Having shared information in relation to the ERYC Catastrophic Planning Failure I now make the Appeal Decision Pocklington public and highlight a key aspect. Is Stamford Bridge Next? At Point 70 the Inspector states: “A sustained shortfall against the LPSD … Continue reading

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ERYC Catastrophic Planning Failure

News of the catastrophic planning failure at East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) has resulted in the inevitable blame culture between Councillors instead of accepting that they have all failed East Riding residents. Goodbye To The Countryside The Planning Inspectorate … Continue reading

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Brookes Garage Collision Endorses Planning Refusal

My Research Team have continued to be highly productive with their investigation into the A19 accident blackspot at Brookes Garage, Shipton-by-Beningborough. On Friday 15 January in an attempt to leave the premises of Brookes Garage a Leeds Tiles and Bathrooms/Direct … Continue reading

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Full Sutton Properties Sold – Prison Connection?

It is noticeable that on the main routes through Full Sutton numerous properties are for sale but only two have sold. Yet after a few weeks of being sold both of the properties are still to complete the sale. Will … Continue reading

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Pock Town Council: All Mouth No Brains

Pocklington Town Council (PTC) revealed the results of the Consultation for the Neighbourhood Plan over the weekend and confirmed yet again they are all mouth and no brains. The Evidence For eight years PTC failed to produce a Pocklington Neighbourhood … Continue reading

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Pocklington Neighbourhood Plan – Over Seven Years Delay

The Localism Act 2011 gave Parish/Town Councils the right to produce a Neighbourhood Plan that would sit alongside national planning legislation and ERYC policy to shape planning. For reasons unknown there has been a delay of over seven-years with Pocklington … Continue reading

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