Says Naomi Smith
It is all too possible to round a corner on horseback and come upon a group of cattle with no prior warning -this WILL result in a horse being badly spooked at best, bolting at worst -it is only a matter of time ........... read more
Tony Barnett writes to Jeremy Hunt MP for Frensham, Surrey.
"The authorities allowed the National Trust to register, but for reference purpose only. This act has created a web of deceit."
Says Tony Barnett
I am heavily involved in conservation of Natural Phenomena and the rights of unimpeded access to such areas.
I am also heavily/proactively involved in fighting the corrupt manners/agendas of those that wish to steal our common lands through making false representations to PINS to claim ownership so as to obtain funding from Natural England, and support from the National Trust, county courts and local authorities that know better because of the lands being vested into the protection of the local authorities, holding common lands registration documents to show the decision of the Commons Commissioners judgement.
Frensham common was registered in line of Section 4(1) of the 1965 CRA as a Section 9, however, the authorities allowed the National Trust to register, but for reference purpose only, this act has created a web of deceit.
The National Trust have persuaded people to believe that they are the owners of freehold land in fee simple and as such have made lease agreements with Waverley Borough council to use the entire common land as it sees fit.
I have had disclosed all documentation held within the archives of the trust and all that is held are two copies of maps, I have also obtained all documentary evidence from Helen Gilbert officer responsible for common land matters, none, show any legal occupation let alone title deeds that you may be aware of must pre-date 1189, there is also a articulated statement from Helen Gilbert that is no evidence, to show proof of ownership.
Subject to the false representation by council and trust, members of the public have gained lease agreements to use the two ponds which are also registered with commoners rights of Piscary, these have been leased to Farnham angling society and to several sailing clubs, this to is fraud, using property not belonging as collateral and subject to the lease from the council and trust, rights to use the ponds by the anglers and boat clubs, they to are doing the same to members, demanding a fee.
I am writing to because your constituents have asked me to do so, but as a member of the public I also have rights to access the common land and issue complaints where misuse and unlawful activities/agendas are in place especially fraud by local authorities and trust engaged in False representation to steal and regulate access to property where there is no jurisdiction on those persons.
In conclusion may I ask that this/these matters are fully examined, I may also say that through research we have enough evidence to apply the the courts under s 41 2006 common act, ultimately in the High Courts London
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