Letter: Council listens to one but not other

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Your views

I refer to your article ( page 10 of your October 29 Issue) on the non-sale of council land at Ely Close to build affordable housing.

I attended the council meeting.

I came away with the impression that the new Labour administration has two faces.

One when it hears via Cllr Lloyd, squeaks from a few local residents and scuttles away, and one that fails to hear the roar of the 1,100 Broadfield voices raised against the imposition of a travellers’ site in Broadfield in the Local Plan.

The homeless should be very worried.

It only needs you and me to object to a development and the council will back down.

What is the council going to do with the site in Ely Close?

Alan Quirk