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2006 Further Felixstowe Fiascos

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With the financial situation kept secret will the true worth of the South Seafront land be revealed by this compulsory purchase ?

30th April 2006 suntrap sunshine brought the usual visitors to Felixstowe South Seafront Land and the parking places where building is planned were full. If the compulsory purchase is allowed to go through it will have the opposite effect of regeneration and social and environmental well being of the area.?

Like the dinosaurs, are the planners so out of touch with reality that extinction will take place before they know what has happened.

FELIXSTOWE SOUTH SEAFRONT LAND: COMPULSORY ACQUISITION OF LAND NOT IN THE COUNCIL'S OWNERSHIP plans enabling the project certainty see

4.2 The regeneration of the Felixstowe South Seafront Land is being undertaken for the economic, social and environmental well-being of Felixstowe

Residents believe it will be a social and environmental disaster

6. HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES The Human Rights Act 1998 requires that every public authority must act in a manner, which is compatible with the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

(1) Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence. (2) There shall be no interference by a public authority with the exercise of this right except such as in accordance with the law and is necessary in a democratic society in the interest of.

Human rights are being set aside with regards to the Right to Light Act that is being ignored in the building plans.

7.3 It indicated that planning permission for the residential development specified in the application would have been subject

(1) the provision of the appropriate proportion of affordable houses ......Are they joking again

(2) the payment of financial contributions towards education provision and children's' and adults' outdoor play space;

(3) the submission of a Flood Risk Assessment

Residents wonder if the land will be under water before the builder can make the £ millions profit

Does Compulsory Purchase Application Contravene Human Rights Issues