Attending planning meeting in recent times and on occasions speaking in objection to council applications I am becoming increasingly concerned with procedures at that meeting or perhaps more accurately to procedures before the meeting.
Having got on an East Yorkshire bus at Taylor Made Fun on the Promenade, I was appalled to be told by the driver that I, along with my daughter and granddaughter, had to get off even though there were plenty of spare seats of which the driver was aware.
Having now learned that the planning application for the Limekiln car park has now been approved, may I suggest that Margaret Chadwick, the local Conservative councillor who actually voted for the coach park, to actually state her views as part of the democratic process.
The Bridlington Free Press carried another letter on the situation on the hospital deteriorating. I hope she isn’t expecting any positive response, from my personal experience all I managed to “gain” was a dossier of politically generated data, figures and probabilities, disregarding the predictable.