TAXI BLIGHT AND KWASI KWERTANG!- 17th May
I had a conversation with Kwasi Kwertang’s office on Thursday 17th May, this is now a weekly occurrence. As the battle to resolve at least one of our village serious blights heats up.
I had previously updated Tracey Carter on the 12th May that I believe I had a solution that can work to resolve of the taxi situation almost immediately for the people of Stanwell Moor. Plus how this plan would include either Kestrel or Morris’s yard (aka) Oakleaf Farm.
Tracey is not only a Parliamentary Assistant to Kwasi but also works on the developments side of Spelthorne Council. She believes in the campaign. She thinks the idea has real merit and wants me to meet with councillors who might be able to help. Police contacts and highways agency contacts to discuss the many blight issues we face on a daily basis.
I told her that as the new Chairman of SMRA, I am working to pulling all the parties together so that I could make this happen from our side, however Council would need make allowances on planning to make this a reality. As this is a ‘serious blight issue’ for our community this should be granted under an exceptional circumstance clause.
She agrees and is organising a meeting and I will report on this when I have a date.
I have updated her on the discussions and the meeting I have now held with Kestrels owners and that I would be meeting Sunny UCH next week to push the staff cars issue and I’d bring her up to speed. She replied, you seem to have this moving in a positive way a lot faster than it ever has in years!
Let’s hope so 😁