It won’t have gone unnoticed that there are two major public inquiries taking place at the moment. One, instigated by Matron Milton herself – another £1m down the drain!
Legal eagles, planning, environmental, and transport professionals, and their council and developer funders are racing around the borough like startled rabbits at present. Some have been seen dragging in their wake trolley loads of legal documents and enough paper work and files to sink a ship – or in Alfold’s Care Ashore’s Appeal – enough convincing arguments to float their boat!
But as if that wasn’t enough during the Silly Season, when we should all be donning our Raybans and piling on the factor 50, yet another controversial meeting will be held.
Isn’t this perfectly timed? – With half the borough off on their annual holidays, the other half at the public inquiries. But there’s no stopping our Annie getting the whip out… again… for a public meeting on Monday 2pm at Cranleigh Village Hall, to dig deep into ‘Your Waverley’s’ over-loaded sewers and dig even deeper in an effort to unearth the truth about the Blue Asbestos that has been discovered in the drinking water pipes around Cranleigh, Alfold, Ewhurst and ??? elsewhere in the borough.
No doubt The Secretary of State for Health MP Jeremy Hunt will pop along to determine whether his patch of the borough around our area in Farnham has the same problem?
You can read more about the issue here on the brilliant Cranleigh Civic Society Website: http://www.cranleighsociety.org/2017/07/21/blue-asbestos/
So, if you can drag yourself away from all the other excitement going on, pop along to Cranleigh Village Hall on Monday to hear what the Drinking Water Inspectorate, the Health & Safety Executive, Thames Water, The Environment Agency, Cranleigh Civic Society and Waverley Borough Council have to say for themselves?
Because last week the Cranleigh Civic Society warned ‘Your Waverley’ Planners if they continued to approve planning applications in the areas affected it would be a reportable offence to the `Health and Safety Executive.’ The Inspectors at both Inquiries say they want answers to their questions too!
Oh! Dear, it never rains but it pours – we here at the Waverley Web – will sadly be missing the fun – and like Incy Wincy spiders – we intend to climb up the spout where it’s dark and warm.