Friday, 24 September 2010


Ward Councillors Linda Aldred, Doug Clark and Clive Hart are pleased that a consultation on selective licensing for private sector housing in Cliftonville West is finally underway.
Speaking on behalf of all three ward councillors, Cllr Clive Hart said "Selective Licensing of privately rented accomodation should help us reduce anti-social behaviour and improve the management of properties. It is something we Cliftonville West ward councillors have lobbied for persistently over the past six years and is a matter we have consistently raised through five years of Renewal Area meetings with council officers and PACT* meetings with the Police (*Police & Communities Together).
We dearly wish TDC had acted sooner, but we welcome Selective Licensing for the Renewal Area section of Cliftonville West made possible by the previous Labour government through section 80 of the Housing Act 2004".

Published by Cllrs Linda Aldred, Doug Clark & Clive Hart
44 Northdown Road, Cliftonville, CT9 2RW.
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  2. You three councillors are soooo wrong in your "welcoming" of this pernicious new tax on landlords.
    It is a shame none of you reply to letters on this topic, and it is a shame none of you have really read AND understood what the sly civil servants have proposed.
    i went to the 'consultation' and the idiot i saw could not answer a single question regarding HOW the tax will achieve anything -he had been briefed with nothing. You insult ratepayers instead of consult.
    I do actually support an initiative for Cliftonville as improvements are dearly needed.


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