Says Adrienne Yentis
A friend of mine recently was riding on the heath
and she came across a group of cattle strung out across the bridlepath with no way through – the only way off was to turn round. Fortunately her horse
remained calm throughout. But you can imagine how a nervous horse might react ........... read more
Tony Barnett writes to the Prime Minister, David Cameron
" - The local authorities are not alone in the fraudulent actions, other government bodies, Natural England, the Planning Inspectorate and the Land Registry offices play a major role also.
- Courts deny the victim of such spurious prosecutions the rights under articles 6 of the human rights act, and refuse to examine article 7 of the human rights act, or examine the supplementary, but penalise the victim through the pocket and by injunctions."
Says Tony Barnett
On the 25th of September 2013, myself and colleagues delivered a letter for your attention to No 10, this letter has been referred to communities and Local Government, the correct venue.
The contents of the letter hold information to show, that local government corruption is endemic as claims to ownership is purported to be held by the registration authorities.
The local authorities are not alone in the fraudulent actions, other government bodies, Natural England, the Planning Inspectorate and the Land Registry offices play a major roll also.
Councils throughout England and Wales, were required, under the 1965 commons registration act, to compile, maintain and ammend when/where necessary, the matters of common lands in their county and to make available for inspection by any, member of the public at all reasonable times.
The common lands that are now at risk of being stolen/ used as collateral by the local governments, are the ones the Commons Commissioner vested into the care of local government/registering authorities under the 1965 CRA because no legal owners could be traced, the vesting however gave no jurisdiction.
Since the 2006 Commons Act, local governments are colluding with Natural England and various charities and the Ecclesiastical estates to make false representations to the Planning Inspectorate, in order to gain consent for works etc and claiming to be the owners of the common land or, stating that consent has been gained from title holders.
This is where the government body PINS go from the sublime to the ridiculous by accepting, on orders from DEFRA, the applications for works, and give consent accordingly.
Applications are then made to the Land Registry of the county to have the land registered as freehold, who without following the procedure, set out by legislation (full disclosure), create ownership registration documents, most, if not all are created with out any demand for disclosure of documents in favor of the applicant (the council or anybody the council support).
Subject to the consent, Natural England fund the projects and then issue warnings to members of the public against interfering with SSSI , and because of the consent from PINS, courts support any prosecutions the local government etc, and members of the public are brought before them and convicted.
Prime Minister, the consent gained from PINS is on directions from DEFRA and so it is only provisional! issued with the consent is a supplementary which releases the PINS officer from any blame,and so as they are not accredited conveyance or estates persons, no blame can be attached to them.
The supplementary provides that providing the works are not in breach of any enactment or bye-law, they will be lawful, running with fox and hounds.
Courts, as I have proven, deny the victim of such spurious prosecutions their rights under articles 6 of the human rights act, and refuse to examine article 7 of the human rights act, or examine the supplementary, but penalize the victim through the pocket and by injunctions.
I now come to the hand delivered letter to No 10.
The information primarily was a complaint about local government, and therefore that is where I/we intended that you should involve that department, just because Common Land was/is involved/mentioned, the nucleolus of the problems/fraud is with the local government, and not DEFRA, the letter should be for the Minister to investigate and to involve others so as to bring the matters to a swift conclusion.
Will you please look at the application and the supplementary, I believe the 2006 the 2006 fraud act(false representation)has a major roll to play
Says Linda Wright
We moved to a Shropshire location a year ago having surveyed the local OS map and noted the significant number of bridleways around the property. Sadly the map appears a total fiction. Scarce any of the bridleways are usable ........... read more