The GMCA drops “Environment and Resource Efficiency” from its regional development plans

The Greater Manchester Combined Authority has decided it will be dropping “Environment and Resource Efficiency” from its ESIF ERDF plans. Considering the authority will soon be taking over Greater Manchester planning and house building control after devolution it is clear they do not wish to be burdened with environmental guidelines. Greater Manchester has a rapidly expanding population driven by unsustainable foreign migration and high fertility rates, it will need to industrialise, suburbanise,┬áredesignate and monetise vast areas of undeveloped land as Oldham Council are doing building industrial units and houses on green land at Foxdenton.

GMCA drop Plans for Environment and Resource efficiency

GMCA drop Plans for Environment and Resource efficiency

 

As a comparison Lincolnshire Plans for Environment and Resource efficiency

As a comparison Lincolnshire Plans for Environment and Resource efficiency

Below are GM interim Mayor Tony Lloyds expenses for part of 2015 note the hipocritic irony of flying to the Vatican and back using public finances to sign a climate change statement.

Tony Lloyd expenses

Tony Lloyd expenses

 

How many million of people it would take for Countries to match England's population density in 2014

How many million of people each Country would need to expand by to match England’s population density in 2014