County Hall admits that the land deals necessary for both Truro New Town and a stadium are still not done

Posted By on 26th February 2020

By Richard Whitehouse Cornwall Council says it has still been unable to secure a deal for land which will be used for the first stages of a new town and…


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  1. First I agree with the above comments, but I ask what are the 100 elected members who did not ask questions or challenge this officer led unwanted financial millstone, do they not understand the facts, how can they allow this questionable project to proceed while knowing it involves dodgy dealings and questionable “spivs” I question their motives, or is it they just do not care for the projects consequences. Elected members have the power to stop this financial mess in its tracks .Get off the fence, there could be splinters to come. Oh for Trelawney.

  2. This lot of incompetent Council “officers” and Councillors are about to embark on spending billions of pounds of borrowed money secured by us and our children on speculative building projects. God help us. (PS I am sick and tired of constantly seeing similar photographs of our happy Councillors; perhaps they are but I, certainly, am not).

  3. So inox is owned by “a web of companies”.

    This all sounds very Dodgy.

    The council should have nothing to do with it. No legitimate business operates in this way.
    The stadium has made every one lose all sense and reason.

  4. NOW THERE IS A SURPRISE!!!

    If they chose to deal with spivs what on earth did they expect???

    Mark Kaczmarek was warned, John Pollard was warned, Adam Paynter was warned and BobEgerton has been warned repeatedly.

    I am delighted that he is embarrassed he walked into this mess with his eyes wide open, are any of these misguided ego maniacs going to offer to pay some of the legal fees they have run up?

    OF COURSE NOT!

    NOW IS THE TIME TO WALK AWAY AND RESTORE A LITTLE OF OUR COUNCILS SHREDDED CREDIBILITY.

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