Paul Carter announces policy change?
Reading Kent on Sunday newspaper, I was rather surprised to see that Paul Carter leader of Kent County Council is apparently suggesting that transport infrastructure should be in place before major housing projects, this sounds like he might become a good ally of opponents to Westwood Cross Housing and also perhaps opponents to the destruction of Wye village by Imperial College and their Tory mates in Ashford and the KCC.
He even goes as far as to suggest, that if you don't have the infrastructure you're going to have chaos. Call me a cynic but last week I pointed out, David Cameron's pitiful campaign entitled Labour's Garden Grab was at odds, with Kent Tories policy of destroying, part of the garden England around Wye, surprisingly I see no mention anywhere of Paul Carter, renouncing that particular destructive policy. In fact to me this article in which Paul Carter is criticising government housing policy, looks little more than political point scoring.
Finally Paul Carter suggests that the government will have to come up with ways of improving the road network, saying the South East will become a miserable place to live in, this seems a bit rich coming from the leader of Kent council, whom are backing, apparently without reservation, the wholesale destruction of countryside around at the village of Wye.
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