Susan Vogt and Philip Gallagher have been residents of Lime Park since 2013. Susan is the company secretary of Lime Park Estate Limited, not a director. There is a general duty incumbent on every citizen to protect historic assets in England, regardless of any potential conflict of interest as to land ownership.
We understand that Ms Vogt is aware that Wealden District Council carried out a series of malicious prosecutions during the period where this council denied the history attaching to the generating buildings.
As the company secretary Ms Vogt may know that the land coloured blue on the Land Registry plan is a drive that was transferred from Wickens Estates Ltd to Lime Park Estate Ltd in 1986, subject to: "a covenant to observe and perform the covenants referred to in the Charges Register and of indemnity in respect thereof." The directors of Lime Park Estate must therefore keep the access at both ends of the drive open or face claims of compensation, which the directors will be indemnified against personally, but where the directors should ensure that there are funds to settle such claims and indemnification.
The present concern is that the managing director (controlling mind), Clare Askaroff, in conjunction with other directors appear to believe that they can ignore their duty to perform the covenants, that is sure to lead to claims unless the situation is rectified.
EVIDENCE - This access to the shared drive should be kept clear at all time. 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. This is a clear breach of their fiduciary duty to the other occupiers in Lime Park. When this area was cleared, the helpful volunteer was accused of vandalism. Clare Askaroff (majority shareholder) confirmed that the directors had been allowing this access to overgrow for reasons of privacy. note also the padlock, another violation of the deed covenants. Copyright © photograph, Herstmonceux Museum Ltd January 2019.
WILLFUL NEGLIGENCE & WANTON ABANDONMENT
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 much as if the perpetrators were physically removing lead from a church roof in the sure knowledge that such as act would lead to decay of the fabric of a building. Sometimes not performing a duty (failing to act with due diligence) is just as devastating as doing something to cause harm.
In failing to mention the generating origins of the historic asset in Lime Park to Wealden District Council, any person staying silent as to their local knowledge would be sending clear signals to a corrupted council such as Wealden to carry on as if there was no asset to protect. Hence, 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, let alone lie to Inspectors Dannreuther and Michael, and of course the Crown Court, Justice Steele and Dame Butler-Sloss.
It appears that in locals staying silent as to the facts (neglecting their duty of care), all of the council's guns remained trained on Mr Kruschandl, targeting him not for the good works he was doing, but because Wealden thought that they could single out members of the public that the establishment did not favour as targets to remove from their administrative area, despite Article 14 protections against institutionalised discrimination that should be afforded to every citizen regardless of status as a basic human right.
This general duty extended to every person in Herstmonceux village who might have had knowledge of the electricity generating history attaching to (at that time) the derelict buildings in Lime Park, with particular emphasis on the failures of the Parish Council to conduct proper searches and enquiries of local historians. Though it is suspected that many local councillors knew about the historic asset on their doorstep and again, simply remained silent.
EVIDENCE - This plan extract from the Land Registry shows the footprint of Linden House. It is the only property with a linear alignment with a garage plot belonging to the title. Other plots and garages are out of alignment. Clearly, from viewing of the other registered plans, there are parcels of land not belonging to any registration. It would make sense for each adjacent owner to look after those sections nearest to them.
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.
FLUSHED WITH SUCCESS - We imagine that Wealden would have been overjoyed in duping the High Court into making an Order that demanded removal of toilet facilities from their long-term adversary's home, condemning him to defecate in the old fashioned way - and remarkable is it not how well an animal can adapt and build from sheer determination until it is time to reveal the truth and his gleaming new urinals. The building has toilets re-fitted of course thanks to Dame Butler-Sloss and the occupiers rejoice with each pull of the handle, at the resourcefulness of this underdog when the chips were down. The frivolity at Wealden's offices was short lived when the Health & Safety Executive chimed in to spend a penny or two. From that point on Wealden have been bogged down with the publication of what they had done - and permanent skidmarks in the underpants of their hall of shame. No amount of toilet tissue can ever wipe the brown from this council's back passages.
You may feel ashamed of your own failure to act, or the actions of your council at being found out for the deception orchestrated by this council's legal officers as to the history of the Generating Works at Herstmonceux in 1986/7. Imagine then the challenge in getting this council and local developers to act on climate change We are all doomed!
The deception that led to this Council spending enormous sums trying to bury Mr Kruschandl was begun by George Morham White, Richard Mercer and Thomas Hoy who gave evidence - denying the building was a historic asset in 1987. The deception was continued by Douglas Moss, Ian Kay, Christine Nuttall, David Phillips and Victorio Scarpa into the year 2000 and the deception is maintained today by Charles Lant, Trevor Scott and others yet to be identified, where Kelvin Williams appears to have been put out to pasture.
Map of the Wealden District
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.