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Month: November 2019

KIRKLEES COUNCIL’S CLAIM ON FARMERS LAND QUASHED BY HIGH COURT CHALLENGE

KIRKLEES COUNCIL’S CLAIM ON FARMERS LAND QUASHED BY HIGH COURT CHALLENGE

In 2009 “off road” 4×4 vehicles and motorbikes started to try to drive through the Bradley’s Farmyard and dairy based upon advice of Kirklees Council. Attempts to stop them resulted in threats and eventually assault by angry drivers who claimed the route was public.  When questioned, the Council told the Bradleys that the Council had recorded, without notice, a public road through the middle of their small dairy farm in 1985. The Council said the Bradleys must let people through. This led to a David and Goliath battle involving two failed enforcement attempts by the…

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Kirklees Council lose! As will Norfolk County Council…eventually..in Thompson. Six years so far! That….. is more time than a substantial prison sentence! Who on earth can possibly think that this is acceptable, including Norfolk County Council!

Kirklees Council lose! As will Norfolk County Council…eventually..in Thompson. Six years so far! That….. is more time than a substantial prison sentence! Who on earth can possibly think that this is acceptable, including Norfolk County Council!

MASON v NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL I love this High Court Judgement. What a pity NCC don’t take more notice of it and actually learn from their mistakes. They could save public funds thousands of pounds!https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Ch/2004/B1.html

Farmers Angela and Edward Bradley have accused Kirklees Council of making “error after error” in an 11-year David and Goliath dispute over a Huddersfield farm track

Farmers Angela and Edward Bradley have accused Kirklees Council of making “error after error” in an 11-year David and Goliath dispute over a Huddersfield farm track

Examiner Live 20/11/19 A council has been accused of making “error after error” in an 11-year David and Goliath dispute over a Huddersfield farm track that may have cost taxpayers as much as £250,000.  Dairy farmers Angela and Edward Bradley say a narrow, single-lane track that runs across their land has no public access rights. Riders and walkers are allowed to use it if they have sought permission. Kirklees Council argued it is a public bridleway. Mr and Mrs Bradley, of Nether…

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Who ‘pays’ for Council incompetence, errant inspectors and blatant Government Cover up? YOU DO!

Who ‘pays’ for Council incompetence, errant inspectors and blatant Government Cover up? YOU DO!

The Kirklees High Court decision that finally Agreed with all the evidence that the Bradley’s had put in front of the council and inspectorate for eleven years proved that; Kirklees Council were WRONG The Rights of Way Officer was WRONG The Inspector Acting for the Secretary of State was WRONG This is just ONE example of ; Complete incompetence by those in authority. A Rights of way system no longer fit for purpose. Attempted deceit by Access groups. This was…

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Support from another Victim.

Support from another Victim.

The footpath in my garden has now been 100% free from any intrusion whatsoever since march 2017 after a long nightmare. My partner and I purchased a small piece of waste land at the bottom of our garden. We had never seen anyone using it as a path and it continued to be unused for over forty eight years. It was overgrown and did not go anywhere. It was a cul-de-sac due to previous development.  We cleared and planted this…

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