COUNCILLOR ROY GALLEY

  Council members who fail to investigate fraud are note doing the job they were elected to do, and become party to institutionalised conspiracy to hide the truth - a breach of the Fraud Act 2006.

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Councillor Roy Galley - a team player, but does that extend to covering up the inconvenient truth. Let us see if the officers can pull the wool over his eyes?  This subject is an institutionalized cover up past lies - and that implicates all of the staff and members that go along with it.

 

 

Councillor Roy Galley

Fairplace Farm
Nutley
East Sussex
TN22 3HE

Tel: 01825 713018

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Email: cllr.roy.galley@wealden.gov.uk

Party: Conservative
Parish Ward: Maresfield (2006 to 2011)

Daenhill, Fletching, Nutley and Isfield

East Sussex County Councillor


Roy has lived in Nutley for the last 17 years with his wife Helen. They have two children. 

 

Roy was a Member of Parliament for Halifax from 1983 - 1987 and the Chairman of a Health Authority for 10 years. Oh boy, no chance then of mending the national debt. He retired from a senior position in the Royal Mail service in 2006.

 

Roy has responsibility at Wealden DC for Strategic Planning and Housing Delivery, and that is a laugh if ever we've heard one. For years this council have done all within their power not to deliver housing at affordable prices. Their agenda has been to restrict builds, typically awarding permissions to favoured developers. The only way that Roy can sort this one out is to sack all the bent planning officers, redraw the boundaries and purchase land by compulsory orders if that becomes necessary.

 

Wealden is a substantial district covering some 323 square miles of lush downland where wealthy people like to retire. Hmmm, that sounds a bit like Roy - so we bet he feels right at home. Wealden is the largest district in East Sussex, home to some 143,000 people. 

 

This Council's responsibilities include housing, planning, building control, waste collection, recycling, emergency planning and economic regeneration. That last one is beyond the grasp of civil servants - and that is why the national debt is so high. They spend taxpayers money tying up would be entrepreneurs in knots. As many readers will appreciate, government directives are to encourage small businesses. Wealden, don't seem to get it. The national debt is increasing by some £2.5 billion a week, and all local authorities with corrupt officers still in their employ are partly to blame.

 

 

ND   2014

£1.46 trillion  (estimated)

 

 

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ND   2013

£1.33 trillion

 

 

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ND   2012 

£1.04 trillion

 

 

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ND   2011

£0.91 trillion

 

 

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ND   2010

£0.76 trillion

 

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ND   2009

£0.62 trillion

 

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ND   2008

£0.53 trillion  (banking crisis)

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£0.44 trillion  (estimated)

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Two-thirds of the district is covered by the High Weald and Sussex Downs Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are 34 conservation areas and over 2,500 listed buildings, Wealden places a high value on protecting the countryside, but no value at all on protecting buildings of local historic interest - and that is why there is no Local List.

 

 

 

Councillor Robert Standley is obviously a team player, but does that extend to covering up the inconvenient truth, or are the officers pulling the wool over his eyes?  Nelson Kruschandl is a victim of council discrimination, Human Rights violations and abuses. This appears to be institutionalized, all departments put on alert to cover up past lies. Roy Galley is now in the loop. Let us see if anything changes ......

 

 

 

Roy was elected to Wealden District Council in 2007. Since 2008, he has been the Council’s portfolio holder for Planning and Development. His main responsiility was to produce a Local Plan for Wealden which sets out what development will go where throughout the 323 square miles covered by the Council. The Local Plan was adopted by the Council in November. The emphasis of the Plan is to ensure an adequate supply of housing and business opportunities whilst preserving the distinctive rural nature of the area. He believes that the key principle is to have the right development in the right place. He is also responsible for managing the planning application process and for economic development.

 

Roy is also a founder member and Chairman of the Chelwood Gate and Danehill Village Markets committee who run quarterly markets as a community focus and to showcase local produce.

 

Roy is an elected Commoner Conservator for the Ashdown Forest and is currently Vice Chairman of the Board. He has been keen to improve the way the Forest is managed and to ensure good relationships between the staff of the Board of Conservators and local residents.

 

 

WEALDEN'S CABINET & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Cllr Bob Standley — Leader; also responsible for Finance and Policy.
Cllr Claire Dowling — Corporate Services and Deputy Leader.
Cllr Jan Dunk — Corporate Assets.
Cllr Rowena Moore — Waste Management.
Cllr Roy Galley — Planning & Development.
Cllr Graham Wells — Affordable Housing.
Cllr Johanna Howell — Community and Voluntary Sector.
Cllr Jonica Fox was re-elected Chairman of the Council unopposed

Cllr Brian Redman was elected vice-chairman

The following positions were also approved by Full Council:

Chairman of the Licensing Committee: Cllr Susan Stedman.
Chairman of the Community and Environment Scrutiny Committee: Cllr David Larkin
Chairman of Internal and Audit Scrutiny Committee: Cllr Huw Merriman.
Chairman of Planning Committee North: Cllr Ann Newton.
Chairman of Planning Committee South: Cllr Barby Dashwood-Morris.
Chairman of the Personnel Committee: Cllr Claire Dowling.
Chairman of the Standards Committee: Cllr Lin Clark (from 1 July).

 

Wealden community strategy LSP Board member RoyGalley

Wealden Conservatives

 

 

OPEN LETTER

 

 

Dear Councillor Galley,

 

As a member of a council responsible for a great many historic towns and villages, and also caretaker of the public purse, could I ask you to be especially vigilant against maladministration within the Wealden District Council.

 

It is my experience that your council has allowed some departments to run riot with taxpayers money.  Some officers have used council resources for their own goals and as a playground for acts of impropriety, sometimes to cover up mistakes, and other times to pursue agendas for profit or personal ambitions and desires.

 

Your officers have persistently lied to government planning inspectors concerning The Old Steam House in Lime Park. [now Herstmonceux Museum]

 

It took me more than 20 years to reach an understanding with your council about the Generating Station at Herstmonceux, then having signed a Court Order by way of Agreement, accepting that the buildings are historic and that your officers deceived the Secretary of State, they then breached that contract and once again denied everything.

 

You must know that this is a serious breach of my Human Rights - discrimination run wild. It looks to me as though this may be to allow a resident in Lime Park to purchase the historic buildings at an undervalue - which of course constitutes fraud under the Fraud Act 2006. I recall that David Phillips was in written communication with solicitors to Peter and June Townley, residents in Lime Park for many years, suggesting that they might benefit from use of these historic buildings - clear discrimination. What was wrong with my occupation? Why should any person have preference to another?

 

I hope you agree that we cannot afford to let situations like this go unchecked. It is the duty of every law abiding member to report suspected crime within their council. Should any member not report suspected crime, then they become party to that crime and vicariously liable.

 

You were elected to represent the community, not the officers.  You were elected to run the council to the best of your ability, and to stamp our corruption and discrimination - a clear violation of my rights and a Human Rights abuse using a position of authority - which makes it all the worse.  It is your duty to conserve the historic built and natural environments.  It is also your duty to seek to secure adequate services, education, policing and health care.

 

These are particularly difficult times, where public funding is under scrutiny against local issues, terrorism and global warming are serious international issues that should be targeted for spending, rather than waste money trying to cover up the inevitable publication of the wrongs of your council.

 

I am also aware that your council has failed to provide rolling stock for affordable housing, so perpetuating high house prices, denying those on low wages a chance to own their own home. This is surely an elitist society, where those with wealth rape those starting out in life - with help from officials who consistently fail to provide land for development as per government directions. And so the housing shortage continues. Empire building is nothing new in the Wealden district. Big houses for the wealthy and bungs for the planning officers who steer the planning applications.

 

I am relying on you to do the right thing for your district.  If you decide to do nothing, I expect to read about your resignation, rather than hear you are collecting monies for doing nothing and staying silent. That would also be fraudulent in my opinion - by way of obtaining monies by deception. The deception being that you have failed to represent the people, or only choose to represent some (favored) people, which is again discrimination and abandonment of duty.

 

Thank you for taking the time to read this message and I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

Nelson Kruschandl

 

 

 

 

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