Thursday, November 20, 2008

Fury over £100million plan for hundreds of gypsy sites across the country








Fury over £100million plan for hundreds of gipsy sites across the country




Towns and villages across England are bracing themselves for 'bombshell' news on the location of hundreds of new and upgraded gipsy and traveller camps.
Work on some of the proposed 7,500 extra pitches will get the go-ahead within weeks under a controversial £97million scheme.
Targets imposed by the Government mean local authorities must provide a specified number of permanent sites with rubbish collection, running water, electricity and other services. In return travellers will have to pay rent and council tax.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are they trying to create a trailer trash sub class like they have in America?

Anonymous said...

The UK is going to be the Gypsy dump of the EU.

Anonymous said...

"In return travellers will have to pay rent and council tax."

Pull the other one, it's got bells on it.

behind blue eyes said...

They will have to pay rent and council tax.

If they don't pay these bills they are hardly going to be evicted are they!

Another stab into the back of Avalon from Brown's Fabian Socialist traitors.

ENGLISHMAN said...

Why is the taxpayer expected to pick up the bill for an alternative lifestyle?We recently had some move onto the cricket/football pitch,these people know full well that this was not just an ordinary field,within two days all the footpaths were covered in excrement,litter and rubbish as far as the eye could seeand then they have the gall to pretend that it is thier right,is it any wonder that residents take exception to them.

anti-scum said...

This is a crime creation scheme aimed at ushering in a police state.

Anonymous said...

At least the seagulls & rats will have plenty of sites to visit.

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