CLARE ASKAROFF (nee MARTIN)
Clare and Nikolai Askaroff were residents of Lime Park in 1981. Nikolai Askaroff transferred Lime to Clare Askaroff in 2008. As a married couple they were not directors of Lime Park Estate Limited, but when separated Clare Askaroff (nee Martin) became a director. She had been sitting in on meetings as a guest for some time. It appears that she was unable to prevent Henry Arnell and Peter Townley from pursuing their campaign to prevent the restoration of the old generating buildings in Lime Park, contrary to the general duty incumbent on every citizen to protest historic assets in England.
Vandalism takes many forms. If any person willfully prevents preservation works, or even simply neglects to properly maintain land in the knowledge that shrubs and plants will cause damage if left untended, that level of wanton neglect could constitute vandalism in failing to perform a duty, just as if the perpetrators were removing lead from a church roof is sure to cause decay to the fabric of a building.
EVIDENCE - This access to the shared drive should be kept clear at all times. This photograph taken in January of 2019 shows that the covenants that must be performed for the benefit of all users, are not being performed by the directors of Lime Park Estate Ltd. The builders who own the vehicles in this picture are known to be working for Clare Askaroff. Copyright © photograph, Herstmonceux Museum Ltd January 2019.
Though she may have known of the generating origins of the buildings that herself and her former husband Nikolai transferred in 1982, she appears to have failed to mention this to Wealden District Council with sufficient import as a blocker to enforcement, giving the council the wherewithal to carry on as if that was not the case. If the residents in Lime Park had fully shared their knowledge of the history attaching to the generating works, it is doubtful that Wealden would have been able to carry on with their vendetta against Mr Kruschandl.
It appears that is staying silent as to the facts, all of the council's guns remained trained on Mr Kruschandl, targeting him, not for the good works he was doing, but because they thought that they could single out members of the public they did not approve of as targets to remove from their administrative area, regardless of Article 14 protections, that should be afforded to every citizen regardless of status. Wealden are thus guilty of institutionalised discrimination. Lime Park Estate Limited is not much better.
SX16453 - This is a land registry plan showing that was owned by Clare Askaroff from 2008 until at least 2019. The drive area shown in blue on this plan is a shared access, but is owned by Mrs Askaroff, as distinct from the shared access that was owned by Wickens Estates Limited and transferred to Lime Park Estate Limited.
MORE EVIDENCE - This access to the shared drive should be kept clear at all times. This photograph shows that the covenants that must be performed for the benefit of all users have been breached for some time. Note the logs blocking the access way. These cars were parked in connection with letting of a cottage belonging to Clare Askaroff. Copyright © photograph, Herstmonceux Museum October 2016.
Lime Park Estates Limited was set up in March of 1985 by some of the residents in Lime Park, as company number 01893712 expressly to take over management of a shared access.
According to companies house this is a 'residents' property management company, code: 98000. But that may not be strictly accurate, where many of the occupiers in the Park are not represented and this company works against the interests of some of those who are not represented to cause loss contrary to the Fraud Act 2006.
Whereas, any company purporting to manage a shared drive exists to ensure that such access is secured for all. In this case there are two ways of accessing the shared drive, one of which is not properly being maintained.
MASTERCHEF - BBC One London, 9 July 1995 17.20 - Synopsis - The final in which the Masterchefs of the South East of England, Scotland and London.
Appears in Issue 3729 6 July 1995, Page 68. BBC One is a television service which began broadcasting on 20 April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
Map of the Wealden District
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FARMING - The backbone of any society is the production of food to feed the population, though these days much of what we eat is imported from other producers, such as fish farmed in Asia. We can no longer find enough fish locally having exhausted our fisheries. Agriculture is also changing where we have drained the soil for so long with artificial fertilizers that yields will fall, meaning a shift to obtaining protein from the sea - but unfortunately we are disposing of around 8 millions tons of plastic in our seas - poisoning marine life that we need to keep us nourished. Food security is therefore high on the United Nations agenda via the Food and Agriculture Organization.