Of course an increase in planning fees will …

Comment posted Argyll and Bute Planning Applications for week ending 22nd June 2012 by Willie Hutchison.

Of course an increase in planning fees will add to the choke off in construction. Indeed, at a time when people cannot move house, or indeed get on the property ladder because the banks will not lend, the logic of reducing the 20% VAT on home extensions could prove invaluable in getting construction folks back in a job. But of course such pump priming to get people back in work,is not a priority for our Westminster masters, or our local Argyll and Bute planning boys for that matter.

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  • On a different topic one wonders if there could be a sinister issue with regard to the recent collapse of the RBS and the National Westminster’s banking systems. In fact, whilst the bank may anodynely refer to the 3 day collapse as ” a glitch ” one wonders if in fact the glitch is a deliberate fire to ease records or delay payments. Indeed, when in comes to criminality one only has to look at the Leveson Enquiry where news International have have lost crucial e.mails held on overseas servers, whilst previously undisclosed executive director i.phones have now been lost. Yes, it is not unreasonable to suspect the worst in rotten and corrupt corporate GB.

Recent comments by Willie Hutchison

  • Sillars no authority but authentic voice of ‘Yes’ culture of intimidation and retribution
    The Orange march a march most foul comprising of a band of skin heads, neo-nazis, and pope haters, they typify intolerance and hatred – and quite frankly wouldn’t Scotland be a much better place without people of this predilection.

    Quite why the Labour Party are happy with this type of support one can only shudder to think.

    Maybe Bitter Together as in Bitter Orange is the correct description.

  • Sillars no authority but authentic voice of ‘Yes’ culture of intimidation and retribution
    On a somewhat chirpier note it seems that only six days off the referendum that Gamekeeper Willie of the Simpsons has come out in favour of Scottish Independence.

    Certainly brought a smile to my face listening to Gamekeeper Willie giving out about Scotland having 2/3 of Europe’s oil reserves, and that Alex Salmond and Andy Murray were good patriots and nearly as good as himself – who as a US citizen does’t have a vote.

    Given however that the release of the video has gone viral with 1.1 million hits in 24 hours, and given that Willie will be hitting an audience of about 85 million in the US alone, Greenkeeper Willie is right on the ball.

    Not sure if the Woodentops in the Westminster Bunker will agree, but he’ll have raised a few smiles everywhere else.

    Hollrood or Hollywood, Willie’s on the Campaign Trail.

    See it on -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6vDzf-wSbk

  • Why might major businesses move out and what would it mean for Scotland?
    Oh and I read that there’s a train load of 100 Westminster MP’s heading for Scotland today to hit the streets to tell people that they really are the best to look after them.

    A bit like brass name plates, I’m sure it won’t be long before these beauties get a measure of what’s happening up here.

    Change is coming and these overfed turkey’s will soon be having their last stuffing.

    Turkey’s heading for the plate – they’ll get the message.

  • Why might major businesses move out and what would it mean for Scotland?
    ah longshanks I see you have not been fooled with the ” upping sticks ” and heading south line.

    But that is what the clowns in Westminster would have us believe. That is what Project Fear, Project Smear, Project Scare would have us believe.

    And here was me, daft enough to even consider the refugee camps that would need to be set up in and around London to take the fabled 700,000 who we are told will go.

    and all it is in truth is the movement of a few brass nameplates for political malevolence.

    But meanwhile from the BBC today it was reported that Scotland’s largest fund manager’s boss said an independent Scotland would be a huge success.

    Martin Gilbert, chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management said: “I think an independent Scotland would be a big success”

    So do many others too.

  • Why might major businesses move out and what would it mean for Scotland?
    Scotland with 8,3% of the UK population has around -

    - 32% of land area
    - 61% of sea area
    - 90% of fresh surface water
    - 60% of North Sea natural gas production
    - 90% of North Sea crude oil production
    - 47% of open cast coal production
    - 81% of coal reserves
    - 92% of hydro electric production
    - 40 % of wind and wave production ( with 25% of all Europe potential)
    - 60% of fish landings ( and huge fish stock)
    - 62% of timber production

    So with all these resources, 100% of the World’s scotch whisky production, and much much more in life sciences, why would Scotland be too poor to stand on it’s own two feet.

    Why is David Cameron so keen for us to stay. better for who?

    well, the choice is ours – and I know what I’m voting for. It’s happening, and it’s the best thing Scotland will ever do.

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3 Responses to Of course an increase in planning fees will …

  1. Of course an increase in planning fees will add to the choke off in construction. Indeed, at a time when people cannot move house, or indeed get on the property ladder because the banks will not lend, the logic of reducing the 20% VAT on home extensions could prove invaluable in getting construction folks back in a job. But of course such pump priming to get people back in work,is not a priority for our Westminster masters, or our local Argyll and Bute planning boys for that matter.

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  2. On a different topic one wonders if there could be a sinister issue with regard to the recent collapse of the RBS and the National Westminster’s banking systems. In fact, whilst the bank may anodynely refer to the 3 day collapse as ” a glitch ” one wonders if in fact the glitch is a deliberate fire to ease records or delay payments. Indeed, when in comes to criminality one only has to look at the Leveson Enquiry where news International have have lost crucial e.mails held on overseas servers, whilst previously undisclosed executive director i.phones have now been lost. Yes, it is not unreasonable to suspect the worst in rotten and corrupt corporate GB.

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