Aspron's appointment as cabinet member for growth a 'provocative act' claim campaigners From St Helens Star THE appointment of Seve Gomez Aspron as the new cabinet member for growth in St Helens has sparked an outcry from green belt campaigners but the councillor in question says his focus is on delivering jobs and housing for the borough's residents.
Councillor Gomez Aspron, an outspoken politician on social media, has clashed repeatedly with people opposed to the proposed development of industrial sites and houses on green belt. The Rainford Action Group coach outlet handbags patterns accused Council Leader Barrie Grunewald of "a provocative act" after installing Cllr Gomez Aspron as portfolio member for growth which includes responsibility for the Draft coach outlet sale 02 Local Plan in a cabinet reshuffle after banishing senior councillors who had challenged his leadership. James Wright, chair coach outlet stores coach factory outlet stores of Rainford Action Group said the appointment "shows St Helens Council has no intention of listening to the people on the key issue of green belt development". He added: "Cllr Gomez Aspron has spent the last few months goading and insulting green belt campaigners." Councillor Grunewald, who has also faced hostile remarks on social media, came under fire last week for labelling Rainford protestors Nimbies because of their opposition to potential development on the village's green spaces. Mr Wright added: "We want a collaborative relationship with the council, based on respect, trust and an understanding we all want what's best for St Helens. "Councillor Barrie Grunewald has shown an extraordinary lack of judgement in recent weeks. It's a shame the opportunity for change at the top of the council wasn't taken. It is badly needed. "We're calling on the coach outlet coupons hobby many decent, hard working Labour councillors to keep challenging the leadership. We also want Conor McGinn and Steve Rotheram to stand up for the public on this issue. "The council has so far shown a disregard for the genuine concerns many people have about their plans to develop green belt land in the borough. In Rainford, we believe their plans for our village are unreasonable, unworkable and unnecessary." The Rainford Action Group opposes plans to release seven green belt sites in the village for industrial and housing development.
In response, Cllr Gomez Aspron said: "The Local Plan is currently in the process of reviewing the consultation input. Based on that input, council policy to develop brownfield first and Government requirement to build houses, the finalised version of the Local Plan will then be produced later this year.".
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