Hastings Borough Council Petition

We, the people of Hastings & St Leonards, petition Hastings Borough Council to lease or transfer ownership of Hastings Pier (or “The People's Pier” as it is sometimes called) only once the HPWRT has put in place clear processes by which its work will be open & accountable to the community. 

We also ask yourselves and them for a public statement in relation to seeking justice for those known to have been on the pier on the night of the fire. 

Above all, we ask that you endeavour to build the community's trust in all organisations to whom you lease or transfer property, ensuring that all will uphold the following values:
[to be continued at a public meeting at Southwater Area Community  Centre at 7pm on the Friday 5th October 2012  (2nd anniversary of the fire) and/or by registering your concerns on http://www.facebook.com/groups/hastingsjustice/ 
and/or below this blog post by adding a comment.


Please choose from this menu:

  • Community Empowerment
  • Encouraging Self Responsibility
  • Repairing Harm Done
  • Social Justice
  • Working & learning together
  • Re-integration of all into peaceful co-existence
And please add to that all of the following:
  • your 1st suggestion
  • your best friend's suggestion
  •  your new friend's suggestion
  • a principle that your neighbour really values and lives by

Paul Crosland explains his wish both for the well-being of Hastings Borough Council and the Hastings Pier & White Rock trust -both working in partnership with an empowered community: Questions on Part 1 of the interview of Chris include: 1) Do you want the HPWRT to become more open & accountable? Hastings Pier Fire & the community petition 2 years on - part 2 This section of the interview broadens out into the wider issues and Chris saying: "I don't really know why local government democracy is so unresponsive". http://sussexcommunity.blogspot.co.uk Discussing "No Power Without A countability" and Chris's personal experience of the HPWRT. Plus plans for the 2nd anniversary of the pier fire (5th October 2012): http://additionalinfo.blogspot.co.uk

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