Inaccurate Information on Consessionary Lets

It has come to our attention that inaccurate information has been circulating in relation to this and other community councils in Forth seeking to cut consessionary lets for gardening groups. This is factually inaccurate.  We have highlighted that the council are seeking to potentially increase the costs of such lets as part of the budgetary process.  I hope this clarifies the position.

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About David Macnab

A learning and development professional whose mission is to help people be the best they can be. Specialise in leadership development. I also support people through coaching, counselling and mentoring. I value authenticity, honesty, loyalty and integrity. These are my core values. I have been worked for over 30 years as a manager and leader in both private and public sectors. I have practical experience in dealing with a range of issues with an empathic ear. Sport, politics, music, travel – so many things I enjoy. Life is for living. Enjoy every day – don’t let fear get in your way as change comes along. As the Macnab clan motto says – Let fear be far from all.
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One Response to Inaccurate Information on Consessionary Lets

  1. Mossytwig says:

    oh dear, it seems I have upset you David. I pointed out that the city council was still undertaking a review of concessionary lets city wide – finalised in spring 2015. According to the Federation of City farms and Community Gardens spokesperson, the council site acknowledges getting rid of concessionary lets would cost the council money.

    Not sure where you got the ‘concessionary lets’ being done away with as a proposed cut from? Could you forward the council document link?

    Peace

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