We really do need all the facts
THANK you to John Taylor (Postbag, June 5) for voicing publicly the concerns of many tenants over the way in which the proposed transfer of housing stock is being managed by South Cambridgeshire District Council. I endorse every one of his comments, h
THANK you to John Taylor (Postbag, June 5) for voicing publicly the concerns of many tenants over the way in which the proposed transfer of housing stock is being "managed" by South Cambridgeshire District Council.
I endorse every one of his comments, having battled for months to be provided with the implications - in particular, the legal aspects - regarding the two options: staying with the district council or transferring to a housing association.
The "independent" consultants, given the remit to inform and advise tenants, are promoting nothing more than district council propaganda and refuse to engage in any balanced discussions.
I therefore support fully the challenge to the district council to allow a full and unbiased debate.
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