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Thursday, 10 March 2016

NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE COMMISSION SAYS NO TO CROSSRAIL IN CHELSEA

Just out!
Commission Chairman
Lord Adonis
The National Infrastructure Commission has just published a fat report affirming the opponents of Crossrail in Chelsea have been right all along,
The Commission slams the pro camp saying there is NO transport case for a King's Road Crossrail and that costs have been severely underestimated.
Para 7 is the bombshell.....
Why has the Council been so aggressively pushing this project down our throats?
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11 comments:

  1. Dearest Dame, I realise you've just awoken from your afternoon nap, but it's the following paragraph that lays it out in detail, para 3.7.

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  2. Apologies...
    The Dame had been hosting a whist drive for some of her elderly friends and there was a little too much imbibing

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  3. Piglet was a fervent supporter. He got it wrong. Cant afford to make too may mistakes like this. Bad judgement in the political, economic and common sense direction.

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  4. And he pissed off most of Chelsea,

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  5. Chelsea never forgets. Piglet is yesterday's runt.

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  6. Still hope that independents will run against cons in Stanley Ward

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  7. Big bucks on this project and very fat brown envelopes. If the case is so obviuosly flawed then bribery can be the only explanation.

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  8. It doesn't seem to state that the King's Road station is a no-no, only that more work needs to be done to justify it.

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  9. Oh wake up 08.05! It says NO.

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  10. well done to all those who have campaigned against it....

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  11. The powers that be pay attention to the well heeled and well connected residents of southern K & C. Even if it destroyed many homes, if this plan had been for a N. Kensington Crossrail station, it would go ahead. Curiously, RBKC has just persuaded Boris to try to resurrect the proposal for a N. Ken Crossrail station. This makes perfect sense. An underground station that would be an unacceptable imposition on the wealthy south of the rotten borough is desperately needed major infrastructure for the north. The impecunious are known to lack the delicate sensibilities of the wealthy.

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