The Chickens Have Come Home To Roost For The People Of Rochford
"England's housing crisis has been caused by mass immigration. When you allow half a million people into your country every year a housing crisis in inevitable."
This Green Belt land is now a development site for 600 new homes
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build 600 homes and a new primary school in Rochford have been given the go-ahead. The plans include -
- 600 new dwellings
- A new primary school with associated playing fields
- Creation of new public open space
- Two principle access points from Hall Road
- New pedestrian and cycle links to the Town centre
Councillors overwhelmingly voted in favour of the plans, despite passionate objections from residents.
Campaigner Brian Martin, from the West Rochford Action Group set up to oppose the plans, said the decision was a nightmare come true.
He said: “Talking to the council was like talking to a brick wall. “But we are not finished and we are not giving up the fight. “We will take it all the way to communities and local government secretary Eric Pickles.”
Unfortunately for Mr Martin, Action Groups rarely work. There was an Action Group set up to oppose the expansion of Southend Airport. They failed miserably and the airport expansion went ahead as planned.
England's housing crisis has been caused by mass immigration. In 2010, 575,000 immigrants entered Britain, despite Tory promises that they would reduce immigration to the tens of thousands. When you allow half a million people into your country every year a housing crisis in inevitable.
Rochford Council is made up of 32 Tories, 5 Liberal Democrats, 1 Green Party member and 1 Rochford District Residents member. The Tories run the council just like they do in neighbouring Southend. Rochford residents need look no further than Southend to see the effects of voting Lib/Lab/Con every year.
Southend now has an immigrant population of more than 15%, 125 languages are spoken in the borough. Immigrants are encouraged to come to Southend by Southend Council who promote diversity at every available opportunity. Immigrants are handed everything on a plate.
This has been confirmed by Southend Tory Councillor Ian Robertson who told the Southend Echo that white British people are being ignored as a result of the efforts to help Southend's ethnic minorities.
The people of Rochford have had ample opportunity in the last 5 years to support an anti-immigration party who were opposed to building on the Green Belt.
Instead, the majority continued to vote for the same old parties, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Tories.
You Get What You Vote For.