Planning should be priority for all parties in Malvern Wells by-election

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WITH the Malvern Wells ward by-election fast approaching I have been studying the campaign leaflets as they arrive.

With all the planning developments in the Wells area at the moment I would have thought that this would have been a top priority for all candidates.

After all they will only be in the hot seat for nine months, during which time planning permissions could change the area beyond all recognition.

Strangely, though, the only party so far not even to mention planning is the Conservative party candidate.

The omission speaks volumes to me.

Allan Mann

Malvern

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8:20pm Mon 4 Aug 14

denon says...

Presume this means the candidate who wins malvern wells should vote to turn down applications in the wells and should vote to have applications every wherelse tenbury upton and malvern ex wells to take the pressure off the wells hehehe
Presume this means the candidate who wins malvern wells should vote to turn down applications in the wells and should vote to have applications every wherelse tenbury upton and malvern ex wells to take the pressure off the wells hehehe denon
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11:19am Sun 31 Aug 14

Casmal says...

Urrrrm. I would love for you to explain your logic here, Denon. Are you saying that local Councillors should not represent the wishes of their electorate?
Urrrrm. I would love for you to explain your logic here, Denon. Are you saying that local Councillors should not represent the wishes of their electorate? Casmal
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