My Alternative Manifesto

So, we are now well down the road to the General Election on May 7th. Paxman remains the big winner from the Leadership debates, and is princely placed to take over from Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear. Conversely, Clarkson is the bookies favourite to be the new warm up act on The Great British Bake-Off. Electric stuff.

As the main parties launch their manifestos, I’ve been thinking about the kind of policies that I would like to see debated from a planning and development viewpoint. I’ve shared them with colleagues, and remarkably, they’ve not told me I’m mad, to the extent that they’ve taken out the swear words and refined a good few of them so that they are fit for public consumption. So literally as a starter for ten, here’s a few thoughts for change. I’d welcome your thoughts.

To view my alternative manifesto, please click here.

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