After yesterday's post, I thought about the report at the next Barham Park Trust agenda on changing the governance structure. It goes through a lot of reasoning about how the current peculiar Trust structure might be changed only to recommend no change. At a time when the Council is under increasing pressure for resources, what is the reason for generating that report?
Martin Francis has noticed the same report and commented on it here. He seems to hope that the structure (which is itself only two or three years old) will be changed. I certainly hope not as it sounds like another attempt by the likes of Paul Lorber to pursue their own agendas rather than a useful innovation. It was his successful bamboozling of the Planning Committee to refuse change of use that caused the needless expense of a planning appeal. I don't think any more of his captious objections should be accommodated.