[Diggers350] Is Prince Charles' 'Heart In The Right Place'?
ilyan.thomas at virgin.net
Sat Jun 22 12:48:57 BST 2013
In view of his upbringing and indoctrination Carlo is a miracle. His
biggest discredit is something about Diana, and their son getting the
same sort of indoctrination Carlo had.
On 22/06/13 01:16, Simon Fairlie wrote:
> I'd be prepared to defend Prince Charles' basically hippy heart, to an
> extent , but not the Duchy.
> On 21 Jun 2013, at 23:31, Zardoz wrote:
>> Happy solstice all who were and were not at Avebury.
>> Steward of many of our hopes for land justice and editor of 'The
>> Land' Simon has said here the Prince Of Wales's 'heart is in the
>> right place'?
>> Well maybe he's a charming man, I've never met him, but haven't yet
>> seen a review on Charles' book 'Harmony', a vision for Britain in the
>> mag. Might be interesting?
>> New questions over relationship between Prince Charles and Waitrose
>> Thursday, June 20, 2013 - West Briton - By Miles Davis, West Briton
>> NEW QUESTIONS have been raised over the relationship between the
>> Prince of Wales and Waitrose and a property deal that would transform
>> the east of Truro.
>> It has emerged that Prince Charles paid more than £38 million for a
>> depot in Milton Keynes used by the chain. The Duchy of Cornwall,
>> which represents the Prince's business interests, is a key player in
>> the Truro Eastern District Centre (TEDC) project that would see a
>> Waitrose built along with a park and ride, 110 homes and a recycling
>> centre at the junction of Union Hill and Newquay Road.
>> A spokesman for the Prince dismissed any presumed connection between
>> the duchy and Waitrose as "coincidence".
>> The deal for the duchy to buy the 396,000sq ft warehouse at Milton
>> Keynes was completed 18 months ago at a cost of £38,385,500, as
>> reported by the Independent newspaper.
>> Waitrose leases it as a lorry distribution hub.
>> Plans for the controversial TEDC were approved by Cornwall Council in
>> March 2012 but that planning consent now faces a judicial review
>> brought by Truro City Council.
>> Councillor Rob Nolan, member of Truro City Council and Cornwall
>> Council, said: "The city council is keen to maintain the vibrancy of
>> the high street in Truro and would welcome Waitrose into the city centre.
>> "But we consider an out-of-town shopping centre to be a threat to
>> that vibrancy.
>> "I'm surprised to see this strong link. It appears that the duchy and
>> Waitrose are putting their own interests before those of Truro."
>> The duchy's financial dealings are expected to come under closer
>> scrutiny from the Commons Public Accounts Committee and a Private
>> Members' Bill in the House of Lords demanding an overhaul of its
>> structure and the distribution of surplus income to the people of
>> Prince Charles's income in 2012 was £20.48 million, with £18.28
>> million coming from the Duchy of Cornwall and £2.19 million from
>> government departments and grants-in-aid.
>> In all the Duchy of Cornwall owns some 131,000 acres of land in 23
>> counties, including large swathes of Cornwall, Dartmoor and the
>> Prince's Gloucestershire home of Highgrove.
>> A spokesman said of the Waitrose depot: "The property acquired was a
>> commercial property investment and it is not related to Duchy
>> Originals. It is a coincidence that Waitrose is the tenant."
>> Revealed: Prince Charles's secret property deals - including £38
>> million industrial carbuncle
>> BBC fails in bid to have critical clip removed from YouTube following
>> copyright complaint
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