Stop Cornwall council spending our money to subsidise developers
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Cornwall council wants to spend millions of pounds of our money helping INOX to build houses at Langarth because INOX can't make enough profit from the houses, because of the high infrastructure costs, the council want to pay these costs.
A Councillor has estimated that the affordable homes promised will cost the council £800,000 each to build.
Langarth is obviously the wrong place to build homes because of the high costs but the council wants to spend the money in the hope that it will lead to the building of the stadium.
This is despite the full council voting that no public money should be invested in the stadium and council promises that no taxpayers money would ever go into the stadium.
The stadium is clearly expected to be a loss making venture since no funding can be found.
Let Cornwall council know that investing our money to boost the profits of property developers is unacceptable.
More homes at Langarth means more traffic congestion, more air pollution, more delay for the Emergency services and even more problems for Treliske hospital which already suffers from too much demand.
We demand that no public money be invested in housing or the stadium at Langarth as voted by the whole council.
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