REGISTER FOR PLOTS OF LAND - AFFORDABLE
THE MOST CORRUPT COUNTRY IN THE WORLD -
Violating Articles 3, 4, 8 and 13 of the European Convention of Human
Rights. Lord Nolan QC, set the benchmark for conduct in public life -
but the recommendations were roundly ignored - business as usual.
Leading to the south of England being flooded with unsustainable
executive houses, and no genuinely affordable units to replace the
council (social) housing that was sold off by Margaret
Thatcher. And never replaced, as part of the re-introduction of
modern slavery, to force more money from low income families, pushing
them into a life of servitude. From about 1660 King
Charles II openly supported slave trading with his Royal
African Trading Company. What is the difference, apart from skin
colour and location?
To date Wealden have not provided any low costs plots, or identified the rolling stock of such land in a five year rolling plan. Presumably, in their Local Plans. They are thus in Breach of Contract with their electorate - and in violation of the National Planning Policy Framework, at sections 63 to 70. So perpetuating financial slavery. Making them part of a slave trade, where the slaves are residents in England, not Africans in the colonies.
You only have one life, you cannot afford to wait while Wealden's lacklustre performance, means you are forced to pay high rents, while they fiddle. This staggering level of sloth, is deliberate. Designed to drain you financially, and never mind the Mental Torture, or Servitude, violations of your basic Human Rights.
They know you have no Effective Remedy in the United Kingdom, with Legal Aid gone, taking away any chance of mounting a challenge within Britain, the only remedy having left the EU, being in the International Criminal Court of Justice in The Hague. Maybe then the politicians will jump.
The real way to beat absurdly high land value claims, is to offer 340m2 square meter plots to those on the Self-Build register, for about £1,650 pounds per site. Thus valuing the land, just a little under £20,000 per acre. Which is twice the price of arable pasture in June of 2023.
The real reason Wealden has not done so before 2023, is partly to do with the Conservative grip on the national house building agenda, supported by core officers, where many of them are either property owners, renting out a portfolio of property at the current market price, or have cozy relationships with larger developers of property. This kind of brake on sustainability progress, was identified by Lord Nolan in 1995, as vested interests, and even Masonic influence, involving the police, who give/gave councils carte-blanche get-out-of-jail-free passports. A virtual guarantee not to be investigated for wrongdoing. As was proven when 11 unrelated criminal complaints were reported to Sussex police in 1997, who then allowed Wealden's officer's to draft their own letter of exoneration on police headed paper. Needless to say, there was no investigation, in this conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
The rental market might see a drop in market levels - and overseas investors might not see the UK as quite such a soft touch as a money laundering region, if land for affordable (low cost starter homes) were to become available. Hence, they red-flagged any proposal, other than just keeping a 'Register' of interested persons. No way are they going to advertise, the requirements under the NPPF 2021, or they'd be flooded out with applications - where they have no identified land - as a rolling stock for even one year, let alone a five year plan. Even so, 191 applicants on Wealden's Register, are seeking serviced plots. But, do they need services?
These days water and sewage may be obtained and disposed of without connecting to mains services. The same applies to off-grid solar energy storage and supply systems. Hence, all that is needed for a flat-pack installation is the plot and a dirt track access. That is if we really want to keep things affordable. Such homes come in well under £50,000 a piece at current market prices. If you really want to make them affordable.
Planning consent will be required, to control the general look and design of such proposals, in the usual way.
IS THE SELF-BUILD & CUSTOM HOUSEBUILDING REGISTER?
- a British citizen, a national of a EEA State other than the United Kingdom, or a national of Switzerland; and
seeking (either alone or with others) to enquire a serviced plot of land in the relevant authority’s area to build a house to occupy as that individual’s sole or main residence.
OF WDC'S SELF BUILD REGISTER (updated 2nd June 2023) INDIVIDUALS &
ASSOCIATIONS ON THE REGISTER
OF SERVICES PLOTS OF LAND SOUGHT
LOCATION WITHIN THE AUTHORITY'S AREA
OFF THE SHELF FLATPACK HOMES PRICE EXAMPLE
£42,499.00 Winter Super Deal. Price After 1 February
2022 £63,467.00 You save: £20,968.00
£42,171.00 – on offer (@ January 2022).
Firms like Ikea are now investing heavily in factory built designs, so reducing the cost of housing.
PUSHING COUNCILS TO DO THE RIGHT THING
Council's are notoriously slow at producing local plans, and when they do they fail to identify land as a rolling stock that is earmarked for affordable housing - despite the fact that this is their administrative function. Raising the question as to the suitability of those employed for their present positions, and what they are doing while in those positions of trust? Are they feathering their nests, or working hard for the citizen. Are they working at all, or from home languishing on their couches, while still costing the taxpayer the full Monty?
In such cases of rampant maladministration, central government might take over these functions, setting both the location and the value for them by way of an Appeal to the Secretary of State.
Do we need civil servants at all. Can we replace them with AI, and cut out corruption and discrimination completely?
Anyone can put in a planning application on land that is not owned by them, simply by putting the owner on notice of the application. Identify a suitable field and away you go. But!
Social housing groups cannot afford to test the water either - with speculative planning applications - because of the high fees for those proposals. Hence, we have a stalemate position.
Thinking creatively, if councils could be persuaded (and maybe this should be a statutory requirement to really get things moving) to waive fees in relation to applications for genuinely affordable housing, then social groups or pro-bono advocates might take up the challenge and help the council out. How?
We are not saying that councils should lose out on fees entirely, we are only saying that such costs should be recoverable once the new builds are actually built. So, nobody loses and everybody wins, it just takes a bit longer.
Then there is the matter of the community infrastructure levy (CIL). Yes, there is way around that too, but only if we are all prepared to be reasonable.
Map of the Wealden District
OFF YOUR SHACKLES - Wealden, along with most other council's will not
let you escape a life of slavery. Having abolished the very profitable
slave trade, from Africa to the Caribbean colonies - but only after
considerable lobbying and protestor efforts. The British ruling classes
are now concentrating on enslaving those within the borders of the
United Kingdom. Proof of the high level of corruption in British
politics, is that Boris Johnson was allowed to tell so many untruths for
so long, without even Queen
Elizabeth blinking when she was lied to, about proroguing
Parliament. The concept of slavery is thus very much ingrained in
modern English thinking, focused on high taxation, and profiteering.