JEANS MY ROW DIARY W/C 25th NOVEMBER 2019

JEANS MY ROW DIARY W/C 25th NOVEMBER 2019

ABUSE OF POWER LEADS TO THE PRIVATE DRIVE TO OUR HOME BECOMING AN ENTRANCE TO A 225 ACRE PORTHKERRY COUNTRY PARK.

The land our house stands on had no vehicle access to it until 1999.

It has never been a right of way or public open space.

Land Authority for Wales gifted to the Vale of Glamorgan Council 39 acres for use as public open space to be included within the Country Park Boundary

The Land Authority sold the rest of the land for development. Legal Agreements signed and sealed in November 1994 by Land Authority, Vale Council and Wimpey Homes. Contained planning obligations

One obligation was for a PEDESTRIAN ACCESS into the Country Park.

I wonder if these planners actually worked previously for Lego!

Land Authority then breached the planning obligation of pedestrian access, told Wimpey not to bother with the pedestrian access,into the very land they had just given to the Council to be used as PUBIC OPEN SPACE.

Wimpey had been selling houses with the promise of access into the Country Park!!!!

Now there is a big problem 150 people are screaming where is our access into the Park.

Answer: Create a PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981, through our private drive remove our Boundary with the Park without permission and there you have PROW NO 73 no evidence needed but as we all know Skulduggery by Authorities is rife.

Public Open Spaces Act 1906 is for recreational purposes “BY RIGHT”

Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 USE has to be twenty years “AS OF RIGHT”

Public Open Space created in November 1994 by Legal Agreement.

Prow No 73 deemed USE 1979 -1999. BUT in 1994 the land was USE “BY RIGHT” therefore the twenty year rule has not been proven.

This matter has been reported to the 1st Minister Mark Drakeford Welsh Government – successors in TITLE to the Land Authority for Wales and therefore are accountable and responsible for the decisions taken.

He has not bothered to answer so much for The Rule of Law and Human Rights.

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