EDA can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. This new non-political-party organisation unites and supports pressure groups from the seven towns and many villages throughout the District, who have major concerns about what EDDC Leader, Paul Diviani, himself calls the “democratic deficit”. It aims for reforms in Planning policy, particularly with regard to Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The EDA website is currently in progress, and will be available shortly. Meanwhile, please watch SIN for news.
Relevant issues are also discussed at these links: www.claire-wright.org andhttp://susiebond.wordpress.com/tag/feniton/
– Former EDDC Councillor and its erstwhile Chairman of the Council’s Local Development Framework Panel AND simultaneously Chairman of the now defunct East Devon Business Forum (which was supported financially and with dedicated officer time by East Devon District Council) was caught up in a Daily Telegraph sting (March 2013). He told an undercover journalist,
Advance Notice: Saturday 11 January 2014
the East Devon Alliance and Fight for Feniton’s Future have arranged a march through Feniton, so please keep this date free!
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