Broken Promise 2

The attached documents are just to bring you and Paula up to date with where I’m at with both UK Docks’ Shed and the loss of the English Coastal Path.
It looks like, until it is made a criminal offence to lie to the Ombudsman, Councils like South Tyneside will continue use the Ombusman to cover up the misdemenaours of their officers and that is why the two MPs have been copied.
Alison has been copied in because I beleive it discourtious to talk behind someones back and I’ll leave it up to her whether she informs the Chief Excecutive and others.
I hope the attachments are self-explanitory and I will post them to during the day and will try and correct any typos or mistakes in grammar while doing it.
If you spot any gross errors please let me know.
Keep safe,
Michael Dawson
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Corrections to a Cautionary Tale

Broken Promise
Date: 04/11/2021 (09:14:40 GMT)
To: Nicola Robason
Cc:, Paula Abbott, Alison Hoy, Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP, Emma Lewell-Buck MP
Bcc: +20 Others

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Corrections to the Cautionary Tale

The details from drawings 8296/1A and 1B had been swapped by mistake in my letter to Andy Nye ( and I have corrected this in the copy posted in the Harbour View. There is a legal difference in that 1A was created before the grant of 1996 and 1B after the decision was made to grant permission for the enclosure and therefore 1B cannot be considered as part of the grant. Neither was authorised as they contain a mistake in the height of the landward end.

When the shortcomings of 1A were pointed out to the Ombudsman a ‘Senior Planning Officer’ sent the Ombudsman a copy of 1B and then the second Inspector for the Ombudsman said:

I consider that your latest complaint remains that of your previous complaint which has already been determined and the opportunity to request a review of that decision has passed.

Paul Lewis for the LGO, 30-May-17

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