|Link above to BBC News|
More information is at 'Pinkham Way Incinerator'.
|Link above to BBC News|
|Link to Barnet Times|
|Link to BBC web site|
|Euroclick for Eurolink to Eurosite|
|Link above to Barnet Times|
(image is from a Brent Cross document)
|Link to CIP web site|
and email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Link to The Independent|
|Link to web site|
|Click for web site|
|Link to The Guardian 'Germany series'|
"In theory, we have the power to fine people if they don't sort their waste. But we never do this because it costs too much to investigate. And we just don't have an issue with flytipping because we make the system so cheap and easy to use. We still get the odd complaint about the move to fortnightly collections, or that our bins are ugly, but that really is about it."
|Link to Dave Hill,|
"Bloggers, tweeters, residents with their own websites and users of Facebook and YouTube are increasingly a part of the modern world, blurring the lines between professional journalists and the public. There are recent stories about people being ejected from council meetings for blogging, tweeting or filming.""But some councils have been slow to get the message. These notably include the famous Tory 'easyCouncil' of Barnet in north London."
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|Link to The London Gazette|
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|Link above to the story|
|Link to news story|
|Link to The Guardian|
|Link above to The Guardian|
|Link to BBC London|
|Link above to 'Barnet Eye' post|
(the picture of Councillor Rams [right] is irrelevant,
and belongs to the following post there)
|The Firm Hand of Government.|
Link to 'Broken Barnet'
|Link above to Friern Barnet /|
Muswell Hill /
'incinerator fuel' web site!
|(picture: Evening Standard)|
"Judgement on this should be reserved until the Bill has been enacted, as it may be amended during its passage through parliament. It is likely, however, that neighbourhood forums will be established in many parts of London, for the purpose of bringing forward proposals for growth through the medium of neighbourhood plans and development orders.
"These forums will have the benefit of local support following referendums, and are thus likely to lead to development more readily than under the current planning regime."
|Link above to 'They Work For You'|
"At a time when the standing of politicians is at an all-time low, especially in Barnet, restricting public scrutiny of proceedings will only add to suspicions that they have something to hide.
"A fundamental aspect of democracy is that politicians are our servants and not our masters. The moment they come to think of themselves as our masters, we are on the road to tyranny."