JR donation form

Brightwell House in 1995

Brightwell House in 1995

 

FIGHT FOR FARNHAM JUDICIAL REVIEW 2016 CAMPAIGN

All information will be held in confidence and all donations gratefully acknowledged. If we do not use all funds received, then donations will be returned pro rata

  I donate £………………….to the campaign

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Please send this form with a cheque, made payable to The Farnham Society

to the following address:   FIG, c/o 13 Lickfolds Road, Rowledge, Farnham GU10 4AF

Please write the reference FIGjr on the back of your cheque.

 

OR donate by BACS transfer to The Farnham Society at sort code 30-93-20 account no. 00119575

Please give the reference FIGjr when transferring by BACS and also email sfbrads@btinternet.com giving your name, address and amount donated to confirm that the transfer has been made

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3 thoughts on “JR donation form

  1. Guy,

    You are doing the people do Farnham a massive disservice. Can you not see the mess the town is in because of your continual challenges to this development.

    Other towns in the area have moved forward and overtaken Farnham.

    1. The much needed redevelopment has been delayed for many years, but this is not because of objections from local people. It is due to the inability of the developer, Crest Nicholson, to get financial backing for their scheme. The City will not touch it with a bargepole. Instead of demanding a redesign, to achieve a sustainable development, Waverley have given away public land and assets to the developer, and poured public (i.e. OUR) money into the scheme, to enable the developer to maximise their profits. Let us have a sustainable development instead of using our taxes to bail out a developer.

    2. I doubt that the current planning mess is as a result of challenges. It’s because it was a bad plan at the outset which has been chopped and changed over the years to the extent that it is now irrelevant. And little to do with regenerating East Street.

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