DNPA Planning – How NOT to Support UK Small Business

by Hot Juan on August 19, 2011 · 0 comments

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The Dartmoor Chilli farm

The Dartmoor Chilli farm

If you have ever wondered why Britain is becoming a second rate place to set up a business then you don’t have to look far these days.  

I hope you have all been following the progress of The Dartmoor Chilli Farm and their application to be able to live and work on their land and the actions of the Dartmoor National Park Authority in it attempts to stop this award winning local business.

  • 95% of firms employ fewer than 5 people
  • 59.4% of the work force is employed by small/medium business
  • Over 50% of UK plc turnover comes from small business
  • Small firms contribute over 60% of commercial innovations

The UK plc is a business that needs to employ its population, and small businesses employ more people than any other business sector, so we need to go out of way to support them, this business is not looking to be a tourist location, they just want to work and live on their farm, employ local people (in an area of high unemployment). National Parks are not meant to be a museum, but need to be developed and evolve, else they become just full of holiday homes.

Below is the latest letter we have received about the situation, we need to support this appeal by Kay and Phil to the Secretary of State

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If you like me think this refusal is not  how we should be running this country then, write to  the address below before the 16/9/2011 :-

Planning Inspectorate
3/18 Wing
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Temple Quay

Quote Ref: J9497/A/11/2154216

If we let good business down, who will be next..


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