Sing-along with Brian ‘Your Waverley’s’ very own Howard Keel!
The last thing those over in the East of the borough want to hear are Waverley bloody councillors sobbing into their cornflakes over the misery they are inflicting on those “poor old villages in the East”
Councillor Anna James (Witley/Hambledon ) pictured above in a warm embrace with Planning Portfolio Holder Brian Adams (Frensham/Dockenfield & Tilford ) joined the Sobbing women brigade when she helped him dump another 265 houses on Cranleigh last week.
But whilst joining the overflowing “Chamber Pot” of councillors that is now ‘Your Waverley’ she smugly said how “very sorry” she was for Cranleigh and the villages –
” I feel sorry in my heart for the people of Cranleigh,”
she cried into her microphone. and continued …. saying said she had only been a councillor for five years and all she had heard from the get-go was “Cranleigh’s expansion.” First one development then another, the place was just getting wider and wider – a bit like Bordon in Hampshire.
Ending with – yes you guessed – “I feel really feel very sorry for Cranleigh and my heart goes out ………………..!” Well your heart may go out but it certainly doesn’t stop your hand going up, does it?
Followed by “I have every sympathy…………. Yeah, we get it…Yadah, yadah, yada You’re really, really, really sorry for Cranleigh – instead of crying crocodile tears, why don’t you just shut the hell up and give the place a break, why don’t you!
Well Councillor James, be afraid be very afraid, because if Dunsfold goes down, and we at Waverley Web think it’s all over bar the shouting at Dunsfold since the Deputy Dominatrix stuck her nose in, then there’s going to be a bloody great HOLE in the daft local Plan that’s going to be filled by dipping into the Green Belt. Which could herald development in fortress CHIDDINGFOLD, Milford, Elstead, Haslemere, around Godalming, over here in Farnham’s fields and even in Bramley, where the Green Belt has already been sacrificed… ask By-Pass Byham, who was only too happy to offer it up like a sacrificial lamb in aid of his Tory-Tosser friend!
Then John Gray (Dunsfold) joined the sobbing women, saying how sorry he was for Cranleigh – but not sorry enough to vote against more homes going onto green fields! Of course not… he’s too busy protecting that ruddy great Brown field on his doorstep! Whilst voting twice this year for development in the – GREEN BELT!
Councillor May Foryszewski’s response to all the sobbing was – “I just cannot believe what I am hearing here tonight!” Really? Really? Really? – Come on, Cranleigh’s very own Valkyrie, how long have you been listening to this? It’s par for the course! And, let’s face it your colleagues aren’t going to give up until the East and the West are covered in concrete! Perhaps you should be having some strong words with you TT colleagues?
Oh Carole (Cockburn) then joined the sodding sobbers, saying she felt a bit like Cranleigh people – “Punch drunk.” and then proceeded to stick her Farnham mit in the air, saying when it was refused “last time” it was “isolated” but now that all the other sites had been allowed around it, this was no longer the case!
Then afterwards, they all went asobbing into their G & T’s whilst the Champagne corks popped for the Flying Dutchman’s – who is just another GRQ- Cranleigh developer.
And the sad thing is, there’s more to come, much more! Watch this space, cos you aint seen nothing yet!
- another 20 or so on the Infant School site in Church Lane.
- Around 90 on the Junior School site in the centre of the High Street off Parsonage Road,
- Another extension to Horsham Road by Crest Nicholson (100);
But bring it all on why don’t you, because according to the late Cranleigh Councillor Brian Ellis, shopkeepers – “need more foot fall.” May he Rest in …..?
At this rate, footfall is all anyone is going to get in Cranleigh because the traffic from these developments is going to create the mother of all snarl ups. Maybe that’s the secret plan: bumper- to – bumper traffic in Cranleigh to ensure motorists look in the shop windows at they attempt to negotiate the High Street. Never mind, drive-ins, in Cranleigh it could be drive-bye…bye!