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Says Adrienne Yentis

Says Adrienne YentisA 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 Barmett writes to Richard Hepburn, Defra

"Tell us is PINS autonomous? Where can I find this information which states that Pins are directed by DEFRA to give consent?".

Says Tony Barnett

Says Tony BarnettThe question is, who is correct, PINS say that consent must always be given on Planning Applications made to it as is directed by DEFRA regardless, as no applications are made by members of the public, these applications are made by the local authority, or by "Conservationist" but supported by local authorities.

Then, another statement/claim by PINS is that the quango is autonomous, and has no one to answer to , but then say for any mistakes made, the secretary of state has to deal with complaints that come from the public where false representations to PINS have been discovered(these had already been disclosed to PINS before consent was given).

DEFRA/Secretary of State has given/directed PINS to deal with all applications to carryout works on common land,now, PINS are not qualified in the profession on conveyance/estate,whereas pre 2005/6 the secretary of state was able to adjudicate on documentation, (title deeds etc) and so where there was evidence, this was acted upon, I know because I have objected to works on common land both in civil courts and to the secretary of state.

Councils and others making false claims to have me committed, made bankrupt claims for compensation for alleged damage and for injunctions have all been denied.

The PINS officers say/claim that they are not to ask for documentary evidence to show ownership or lawful occupation or consent approved by an owner, because of this, once consent is given, the Equally bent Natural England,Heritage Lottery Funding and bent firms acting as agents to the Landfill subsidiaries on behalf of applicants are able to gain 100's of thousand's £ under false representation, failure to disclose, and "Entrust's" (HMRC) condone the applications which are, outside Entrust's procedure.

Now Richard Hepburn, tell me/us is PINS autonomous? where can I find this information which states that Pins are directed by DEFRA to give consent?, why, is the supplementary issued with consents not enforceable? as Natural England is another Quango and part of DEFRA why are they not issued with a supplementary which prevents funding from being made,or caused to examine the common owners register, because the consent is only "Provisional? in the legislation it is provided that should consents,given, be unlawful or does not meet with the applicants application, then the works are extinguished, why does this not happen?

Richard Holland, PINS, agreed with me, unfortunately only on "live applications" that where an applicant is not able to disclose evidence the consents will be withheld, now, PINS are not of the profession, so, without that knowledge or without consulting the profession how can they in all honesty adjudicate?

Richard Holland said that if I know of and can prove,or that the applicants cannot disclose then the consent will be with held,guess who are being called liars, remedial 's, or spoilsports?

Answer's on a post card please with CV's and other qualifications.

Says Linda WrightSays 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

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