EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION At the corner of Hartland Road and Northumberland Ave stands a taxpayer funded £28 million building on supporting land, purposefully “designed” for education. Was it money well spent? Since its inception, 10 years ago, the Academy has extended its reach to property once designated for community leisure and for other important community … Continue reading Whitley in Crisis – Where to start for a solution?
Whitley in Crisis – What Crisis I hear the Council say….
Well they would, wouldn’t they? There is a catch, if the Council can move forward with the right decisions it is no longer a crisis, but the turning point. Now you can see where I am coming from and where I am taking this. So let’s firstly add some flesh to why I have concluded … Continue reading Whitley in Crisis – What Crisis I hear the Council say….
Reading Borough Council – The Constructive Destructor
What is going on, Reading? How can any municipal body that professes to be interested in the well-being of its people create a void in leisure provision? Answer: When it is a Borough Council who readily protests that reductions in services have been caused by cuts in their overall budget. Indeed, and as a result … Continue reading Reading Borough Council – The Constructive Destructor
Letter to Myself
Why do you put yourself through this madness – challenging the status quo? Is Reading politics within the Borough Council truly as corrupt as you believe? What does the body of evidence which you have now gathered suggest – conspiracies, cover-up or commonplace incompetence? It is obvious for all to see that Councillors are unwilling … Continue reading Letter to Myself