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I thought I would let everyone know how the Public Inquiry went. The proceedings actually lasted 4 days and not the 3 days as expected starting last Monday 29th January and finishing yesterday 1st February. We presented 18 witnesses for the applicants side and I am very grateful to each and everyone of them for their time it was very much appreciated.
I would also like to thank the members of the Saving Sully and Lavernock Group Committee who have worked very hard putting our application together, the paper work, photocopying, research ,etc., etc., what a team effort together with their attendance at the Inquiry.
We now have to put in our written submission by the16th February, with the Objectors side having to put theirs in by the 9th February. The Inspector is likely to finalise his report by mid March ( so fingers crossed ) .
Again many thanks to everyone for their support and assistance.
Chairman Saving Sully and Lavernock Group
I have just received messages about the report that has gone out on SS&L group website and the SLRA. I have not put this report out on Facebook and if anyone one says differently then they should speak to me directly.
In regard to the section on the Allotments I would suggest they read it again. I have NOT mentioned any figures whatsoever, all I have reported that the Community Council have set aside monies for this project and have also applied to the Lottery Fund for additional funds.
If there was any ambiguity in my report because of the word “match” please accept my apologies for any misunderstanding. I am advised by the Community Council that they are not seeking match funding from the big lottery they are seeking the full cost of setting up the allotments at Hayes Road.
S P Thomas