Quick to mischief-make
LIBERAL Democratic Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Weston Mike Bell thinks businesses should claim a business rate rebate during seafront works.
LIBERAL Democratic Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Weston Mike Bell thinks businesses should claim a business rate rebate during seafront works. As usual, he is quick to mischief make over the ongoing seafront works that will benefit all the homes and businesses that at present are liable to flooding in my ward. He is obviously unaware of the efforts being made to minimise any disruption. No business will be cut off from access and is it really such a hardship for vehicles to be able to approach from one direction only for a while? My bus this morning had no difficulty getting through the present roadworks.
I will be interested to see if Mr Bell campaigns next year for an increase in business rates for those many traders who will benefit enormously from the multi-million pound improvements that will result from the works.
As a director of the Town Centre Company, my aim is to draw more thousands of shoppers into the town centre and make Weston stand out even more as a unique place for people to visit and shop.
Perhaps Mr Bell would like to use his energy in supporting those of us who work for the town.
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