Tuesday, April 24, 2007
However, there is less than 3.8 metres of land on which to construct a ramp, so how can the Council construct a 1 in 12 ramp to overcome a land differential of 0.5 metres in less that 3.8 metres? Easy, they just say they can do it and the Ombudsman appears to accept it.
I wonder how long I have to wait before the penny drops and the Ombudsman finally realises that the reason why the Council haven't done it over the last 6 years is because it's impossible!
Or has the penny dropped and that's the reason why the Ombudsman is now suggesting that my land is only worth £20 per square metre?
See posting below.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Yet an investigator working for the Local Government Ombudsman recently told me that my land was only worth £20 per square metre. Why would an investigator try and persuade me my land was worth much less than it is?
Could it be because a Council need some of my land to finish a highway and they were trying to help them get it on the cheap?
Local Government Ombudsman, impartial, what do you think?
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Please click here to sign my petition now!
Although every British citizen can add their name to the petition due to an anomaly in the e-gov website they only allow one vote per e-mail address. Each family member must use a unique e-mail address rather than a joint family one.
Housewife to serious campaigner thanks to one letter from the LGO.