Greenhill action group writes to Council over reversal of fields’ development status

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Terry Brown, of Greenhill Action Group Terry Brown, of Greenhill Action Group

Bradford Council has been urged to reverse the status of a green field site allocated for housing in Bingley to end once and for all a long and costly battle between residents and developers.

In June, plans for the construction of 420 houses off Sty Lane, Micklethwaite, were dismissed by the Secretary of State for Communities Eric Pickles, having previously been refused by Bradford Council and a planning inspector.

Campaigners had argued the new housing estate, by Belway and Redrow Homes, would not only destroy fields between Crossflats and Micklethwaite, but also cause traffic problems due to narrow roads and a single-track bridge across the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.

That victory was short lived, as in October the two companies submitted a re-worked application for 440 houses they said dealt with the issues for refusal.

The Greenhill Action Group (GAG), which is battling to stop the development, believes that because Bradford Council has allocated the site as suitable for housing, developers will continue to try to build on it.

It has now sent a letter to representatives of the Council, including chief executive Tony Reeves and Council leader David Green, urging them to re-assign the land as a no go area for developers.

The letter states: “It appears to us that the only organisations that felt the original application should have gone ahead were the developers and CBMDC Department of Regeneration and Culture’s major development team.

“This has inevitably cost CBMDC thousands of pounds of public money in officer time and valuable resources.

The letter adds: “We ask that the Council’s planning department be required to not encourage and recommend for approval any further proposals on this site. Your help on the matter will be appreciated by thousands of local citizens now and in the future.”

Shipley MP Philip Davies has also objected to the Sty Lane plans and is backing GAG’s call.

Bellway Homes recently responded to his protests that it was continuing to pursue developing the site, saying: “The site has been earmarked for housing since 1998. The planning officer have consistently backed us and Redrow Homes in pursuing planning consent for this site and we believe we have their full backing for this current application.”

Mr Davies said: “The Council should take this land off its housing list.

“The Government has scrapped all housing targets and so it is up to the Council to develop its own plans of where houses should be built. I have written to the chief executive myself and asked him to remove this land from the list of suitable housing sites.

“It is an absolute disgrace if planning officers are encouraging developers despite what councillors and local residents are saying.”

Val Slater, Bradford’s executive member for housing, said she had received a copy of GAG’s letter but said it was a difficult situation.

“They want the Council to refuse to accept any more applications for that land but legally we are not allowed to do that. It is an expensive process but all we can do is look at each application as it comes in.”

l GAG will hold a public meeting at Bingley Methodist Church in Herbert Street next Monday from 7.45pm to discuss the latest application.

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8:29am Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire? Tonybaloni

9:28am Mon 2 Dec 13

toni william says...

At last the nimbys are admitting that objecting to every development, just because it will affect their view and house prices is costing the public money, not to mention the village green scams.
At last the nimbys are admitting that objecting to every development, just because it will affect their view and house prices is costing the public money, not to mention the village green scams. toni william

10:11am Mon 2 Dec 13

fiverise says...

toni william wrote:
At last the nimbys are admitting that objecting to every development, just because it will affect their view and house prices is costing the public money, not to mention the village green scams.
These particular 'nimby's' didn't object to every development in the area - in fact there are three smaller developments either recently completed or very near to completion within half a mile of the Sty Lane site that have had no blocking from local residents. It is the sheer quantity of housing, the inadequate road system around this site and the total destruction of the general public's (including visitors to the area) shared amenity that are the defining factors in this particular case.
[quote][p][bold]toni william[/bold] wrote: At last the nimbys are admitting that objecting to every development, just because it will affect their view and house prices is costing the public money, not to mention the village green scams.[/p][/quote]These particular 'nimby's' didn't object to every development in the area - in fact there are three smaller developments either recently completed or very near to completion within half a mile of the Sty Lane site that have had no blocking from local residents. It is the sheer quantity of housing, the inadequate road system around this site and the total destruction of the general public's (including visitors to the area) shared amenity that are the defining factors in this particular case. fiverise

10:37am Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford. Albion.

10:43am Mon 2 Dec 13

RNJT1970 says...

Why would it cost BMDC anything, let alone £1000's? They are sitting in their nice, newly decorated, offices in city hall, granting pretty much any and all applications for development.
Why would it cost BMDC anything, let alone £1000's? They are sitting in their nice, newly decorated, offices in city hall, granting pretty much any and all applications for development. RNJT1970

10:46am Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

RNJT1970 wrote:
Why would it cost BMDC anything, let alone £1000's? They are sitting in their nice, newly decorated, offices in city hall, granting pretty much any and all applications for development.
They didn't grant this one!
[quote][p][bold]RNJT1970[/bold] wrote: Why would it cost BMDC anything, let alone £1000's? They are sitting in their nice, newly decorated, offices in city hall, granting pretty much any and all applications for development.[/p][/quote]They didn't grant this one! Albion.

11:40am Mon 2 Dec 13

sorrow&anger says...

They won't remove it as a suitable building site. All the Council are interested in is the nearly £1 M in Council Tax they will get from these non-afforable homes which will doubtless be sold to posh commuters from Leeds and Harrogate. What was left of democracy in Bradford disappeared with the cuts.
They won't remove it as a suitable building site. All the Council are interested in is the nearly £1 M in Council Tax they will get from these non-afforable homes which will doubtless be sold to posh commuters from Leeds and Harrogate. What was left of democracy in Bradford disappeared with the cuts. sorrow&anger

12:43pm Mon 2 Dec 13

toni william says...

sorrow&anger wrote:
They won't remove it as a suitable building site. All the Council are interested in is the nearly £1 M in Council Tax they will get from these non-afforable homes which will doubtless be sold to posh commuters from Leeds and Harrogate. What was left of democracy in Bradford disappeared with the cuts.
As the comment from the Council says they can't legally remove the site from the list of housing sites. Seems you have a problem with council tax as most of your posts seem to include a comment about the tax, Council tax is what provides your services.
And the posh commuters will just add to the rest in Micklethwaite.
[quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: They won't remove it as a suitable building site. All the Council are interested in is the nearly £1 M in Council Tax they will get from these non-afforable homes which will doubtless be sold to posh commuters from Leeds and Harrogate. What was left of democracy in Bradford disappeared with the cuts.[/p][/quote]As the comment from the Council says they can't legally remove the site from the list of housing sites. Seems you have a problem with council tax as most of your posts seem to include a comment about the tax, Council tax is what provides your services. And the posh commuters will just add to the rest in Micklethwaite. toni william

12:44pm Mon 2 Dec 13

linebacker2 says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts.

There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts. There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers. linebacker2

2:12pm Mon 2 Dec 13

sorrow&anger says...

toni william wrote:
sorrow&anger wrote:
They won't remove it as a suitable building site. All the Council are interested in is the nearly £1 M in Council Tax they will get from these non-afforable homes which will doubtless be sold to posh commuters from Leeds and Harrogate. What was left of democracy in Bradford disappeared with the cuts.
As the comment from the Council says they can't legally remove the site from the list of housing sites. Seems you have a problem with council tax as most of your posts seem to include a comment about the tax, Council tax is what provides your services.
And the posh commuters will just add to the rest in Micklethwaite.
Given the lack of vision and competence at City Hall I think everybody has an issue with Council Tax. There has to be other ways of dealing with the effects of the cuts other than concreting over what's left of our countryside.

The Council always finds a legal obstacle if it's being asked to do something that works against its hidden agendas.
[quote][p][bold]toni william[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: They won't remove it as a suitable building site. All the Council are interested in is the nearly £1 M in Council Tax they will get from these non-afforable homes which will doubtless be sold to posh commuters from Leeds and Harrogate. What was left of democracy in Bradford disappeared with the cuts.[/p][/quote]As the comment from the Council says they can't legally remove the site from the list of housing sites. Seems you have a problem with council tax as most of your posts seem to include a comment about the tax, Council tax is what provides your services. And the posh commuters will just add to the rest in Micklethwaite.[/p][/quote]Given the lack of vision and competence at City Hall I think everybody has an issue with Council Tax. There has to be other ways of dealing with the effects of the cuts other than concreting over what's left of our countryside. The Council always finds a legal obstacle if it's being asked to do something that works against its hidden agendas. sorrow&anger

2:43pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Smell the coffee says...

Just develop the site and have done with it. It will happen sooner or a little later NIMBYS
Just develop the site and have done with it. It will happen sooner or a little later NIMBYS Smell the coffee

3:16pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards. Tonybaloni

3:19pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

linebacker2 wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts.

There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.
Jealousy will get you nowhere.
[quote][p][bold]linebacker2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts. There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.[/p][/quote]Jealousy will get you nowhere. Tonybaloni

3:30pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford? Albion.

4:15pm Mon 2 Dec 13

linebacker2 says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
linebacker2 wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts.

There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.
Jealousy will get you nowhere.
Narrow minded, arrogant and wrong.

Pretty much as can be expected from a NIMBY....
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]linebacker2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts. There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.[/p][/quote]Jealousy will get you nowhere.[/p][/quote]Narrow minded, arrogant and wrong. Pretty much as can be expected from a NIMBY.... linebacker2

4:19pm Mon 2 Dec 13

linebacker2 says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
Funny how NIMBY's turn into ardent communists and/or eco warriors as soon as anyone tries build anything near their backyard.

Does your own place date back to the Domesday book or was it built on the greenfields more recently?
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]Funny how NIMBY's turn into ardent communists and/or eco warriors as soon as anyone tries build anything near their backyard. Does your own place date back to the Domesday book or was it built on the greenfields more recently? linebacker2

4:58pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

linebacker2 wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
linebacker2 wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts.

There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.
Jealousy will get you nowhere.
Narrow minded, arrogant and wrong.

Pretty much as can be expected from a NIMBY....
I think you will find psychologically you expose yourself in writing far more than you realize.
The green eyed monster oozes out of every word.
Even more reason to keep the riff raff out of Bingley.
[quote][p][bold]linebacker2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]linebacker2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]You can really hit the "greedy" developers where it hurts. There are empty buildings galore in the city centre, you can move into one yourself then sell your existing house in Bingley - that'll be one less sale for the "greedy" developers.[/p][/quote]Jealousy will get you nowhere.[/p][/quote]Narrow minded, arrogant and wrong. Pretty much as can be expected from a NIMBY....[/p][/quote]I think you will find psychologically you expose yourself in writing far more than you realize. The green eyed monster oozes out of every word. Even more reason to keep the riff raff out of Bingley. Tonybaloni

5:09pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London. Tonybaloni

5:23pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth. Albion.

5:27pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18. Albion.

5:28pm Mon 2 Dec 13

linebacker2 says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
Thanks for the posts, your wise words have let everyone know the kind of arrogant clever clogs who's behind these NIMBY campaigns.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the posts, your wise words have let everyone know the kind of arrogant clever clogs who's behind these NIMBY campaigns. linebacker2

5:40pm Mon 2 Dec 13

toni william says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
You have actually said it all here regarding the activists, more millionaires in Micklethwaite, greenfields have nothing to do with their objections it is all about the selfish arrogant opinions of the I am so important nimbys not wanting houses in their doomsday village.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]You have actually said it all here regarding the activists, more millionaires in Micklethwaite, greenfields have nothing to do with their objections it is all about the selfish arrogant opinions of the I am so important nimbys not wanting houses in their doomsday village. toni william

6:07pm Mon 2 Dec 13

bingleybantam says...

Another reason why the Aire Valley needs to split from the cesspit and mismanagement & corruption of Bradford City Council
Another reason why the Aire Valley needs to split from the cesspit and mismanagement & corruption of Bradford City Council bingleybantam

6:10pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

bingleybantam wrote:
Another reason why the Aire Valley needs to split from the cesspit and mismanagement & corruption of Bradford City Council
I'd agree with that, I never wanted to be part of Bradford in the first place.
[quote][p][bold]bingleybantam[/bold] wrote: Another reason why the Aire Valley needs to split from the cesspit and mismanagement & corruption of Bradford City Council[/p][/quote]I'd agree with that, I never wanted to be part of Bradford in the first place. Albion.

6:56pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to. Tonybaloni

7:01pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

toni william wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
You have actually said it all here regarding the activists, more millionaires in Micklethwaite, greenfields have nothing to do with their objections it is all about the selfish arrogant opinions of the I am so important nimbys not wanting houses in their doomsday village.
You haven't a clue how rich our history is you are far to ignorant.
Bradford is a relative cesspit and has been from it's creation. In fact the Ford it was built on is a green stinking sewer.
Like I say you couldn't afford to live here anyway no matter how many houses they build.
Keep voting Tory though. We couldn't get away with it if it were not for people like you. XX
[quote][p][bold]toni william[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]You have actually said it all here regarding the activists, more millionaires in Micklethwaite, greenfields have nothing to do with their objections it is all about the selfish arrogant opinions of the I am so important nimbys not wanting houses in their doomsday village.[/p][/quote]You haven't a clue how rich our history is you are far to ignorant. Bradford is a relative cesspit and has been from it's creation. In fact the Ford it was built on is a green stinking sewer. Like I say you couldn't afford to live here anyway no matter how many houses they build. Keep voting Tory though. We couldn't get away with it if it were not for people like you. XX Tonybaloni

7:18pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co
.uk/for-sale/propert
y/west-yorkshire/shi
pley/branksome-drive
/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks. Albion.

7:27pm Mon 2 Dec 13

alive and awake says...

LOL where's this Council meeting? some crystal methodist church
LOL where's this Council meeting? some crystal methodist church alive and awake

7:49pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co

.uk/for-sale/propert

y/west-yorkshire/shi

pley/branksome-drive

/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation. Tonybaloni

7:53pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
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There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit. Tonybaloni

8:12pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co



.uk/for-sale/propert



y/west-yorkshire/shi



pley/branksome-drive



/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done! Albion.

8:35pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co




.uk/for-sale/propert




y/west-yorkshire/shi




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/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit. Tonybaloni

9:02pm Mon 2 Dec 13

linebacker2 says...

Baloney seems to think h's something special because he lives near some wealthy people and doesn't seem to understand postcodes - but can anyone figure what his argument actually is?
Baloney seems to think h's something special because he lives near some wealthy people and doesn't seem to understand postcodes - but can anyone figure what his argument actually is? linebacker2

9:12pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

linebacker2 wrote:
Baloney seems to think h's something special because he lives near some wealthy people and doesn't seem to understand postcodes - but can anyone figure what his argument actually is?
Well YOU couldn't even if we made a cartoon.
Albion makes you look like Baldrick . By the way it's Baloni.
[quote][p][bold]linebacker2[/bold] wrote: Baloney seems to think h's something special because he lives near some wealthy people and doesn't seem to understand postcodes - but can anyone figure what his argument actually is?[/p][/quote]Well YOU couldn't even if we made a cartoon. Albion makes you look like Baldrick . By the way it's Baloni. Tonybaloni

9:14pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co





.uk/for-sale/propert





y/west-yorkshire/shi





pley/branksome-drive





/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't.
The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here.
So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow.
Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.[/p][/quote]I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't. The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here. So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow. Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight. Albion.

9:24pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
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Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
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Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co






.uk/for-sale/propert






y/west-yorkshire/shi






pley/branksome-drive






/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't.
The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here.
So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow.
Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.
You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge.
It is written by people like you.
The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park.
You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before.
Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is.
You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp.
Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.[/p][/quote]I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't. The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here. So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow. Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.[/p][/quote]You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge. It is written by people like you. The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park. You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before. Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is. You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp. Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot. Tonybaloni

9:36pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co







.uk/for-sale/propert







y/west-yorkshire/shi







pley/branksome-drive







/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't.
The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here.
So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow.
Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.
You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge.
It is written by people like you.
The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park.
You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before.
Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is.
You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp.
Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.
I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.
[quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.[/p][/quote]I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't. The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here. So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow. Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.[/p][/quote]You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge. It is written by people like you. The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park. You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before. Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is. You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp. Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.[/p][/quote]I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out. Albion.

12:29pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Albion. says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
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There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't.
The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here.
So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow.
Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.
You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge.
It is written by people like you.
The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park.
You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before.
Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is.
You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp.
Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.
I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.
"The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. "

Salt was a Liberal!
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.[/p][/quote]I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't. The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here. So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow. Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.[/p][/quote]You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge. It is written by people like you. The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park. You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before. Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is. You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp. Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.[/p][/quote]I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.[/p][/quote]"The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. " Salt was a Liberal! Albion.

12:47pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Andy2010 says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co




.uk/for-sale/propert




y/west-yorkshire/shi




pley/branksome-drive




/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
lol ...someone doesnt understand postcodes and wants to change ones based on "what people think they should be"

Forget about the official ones eh and just make em up
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]lol ...someone doesnt understand postcodes and wants to change ones based on "what people think they should be" Forget about the official ones eh and just make em up Andy2010

12:51pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
Albion. wrote:
Tonybaloni wrote:
It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
http://www.zoopla.co








.uk/for-sale/propert








y/west-yorkshire/shi








pley/branksome-drive








/bd18-4be/

There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't.
The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here.
So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow.
Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.
You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge.
It is written by people like you.
The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park.
You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before.
Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is.
You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp.
Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.
I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.
You can't help yourself.
It's you who is the child who has to try and get the last word against everyone on here.
The fact you are proven to be a complete tard daily never seems to stop you.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.[/p][/quote]I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't. The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here. So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow. Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.[/p][/quote]You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge. It is written by people like you. The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park. You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before. Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is. You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp. Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.[/p][/quote]I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.[/p][/quote]You can't help yourself. It's you who is the child who has to try and get the last word against everyone on here. The fact you are proven to be a complete tard daily never seems to stop you. Tonybaloni

12:57pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Tonybaloni says...

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It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community.
440 homes will just about double the local population of the village.
A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book.
Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?
There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.
You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge.
The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back.
In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.
The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?
Quite a few in the past if you know your history.
The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road.
Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code.
That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about.
Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built.
In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.
They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.
Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.
No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****.
Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.
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There you go, you can also view it on maps.
I won't bother responding to your other remarks.
Idiot.
The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections.
It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you.
Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Get back to school for the sake of the nation.
You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley?
The post office have a system to suit them.
What a dimwit.
You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done!
What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery.
Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in.
The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden.
If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc.
The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt.
As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.
I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't.
The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here.
So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow.
Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.
You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge.
It is written by people like you.
The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park.
You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before.
Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is.
You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp.
Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.
I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.
"The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it.
Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill.
When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. "

Salt was a Liberal!
You think the Tories and the Liberals were different parties?
I suppose you think they are today too. I'd take a look outside the window if i were you.
The Tories and the Liberals were two sides of the same argument and still are. It goes all the way back to the wets and the whigs.
If it talks and walks like a Tory it's a Tory.
Next you will be saying the Co-op Flowers was a minister and a lefty.
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tonybaloni[/bold] wrote: It's all about greed. The developers only goal is profit and not the health of a community. 440 homes will just about double the local population of the village. A village full of ancient buildings and a history that goes back to the doomsday book. Can you imagine this happening in Saltaire?[/p][/quote]There aren't any fields in Saltaire. It isn't just about greed, the land was allocated for housing by the council, there is lots of such land around Bradford.[/p][/quote]You've not noticed Robert's park yet then or the large field at the bottom of Hirst lane? Not to mention the large area's of green on coach road which would all have to come out at Baildon Bridge. The fact is that Bradford council are all tossers and it's about time towns like Shipley and Bingley got their town halls back. In fact that's what the protesters should be campaigning for to focus minds at Bradford clown hall to where the money comes from for the scumbag wards.[/p][/quote]The Bottom of Hirst Lane isn't in Saltaire, neither is Coach Road, Roberts Park is a public park, how many public parks have been built on in Bradford?[/p][/quote]Quite a few in the past if you know your history. The bottom of Hirst lane is in Saltaire. In fact I know the family living in the large house next to the weir and there address is Saltaire in fact I think if I remember rightly so is Tower road. Branksome Drive at the other side Hirstwood is actually a Bingley post code. That's the thing when you own lots of property you can quote things you plastic working class Tories know nothing about. Keep dreaming you couldn't afford a house here no matter how many they built. In fact there are more millionaires per head of population in Micklethwaite than anywhere outside London.[/p][/quote]They might call their address Saltaire, but it isn't. Saltaire doesn't have a postcode, it's all part of BD18. Name a public park in Bradford that has been turned into housing since the formation of Bradford Met. The rest of your post is ridiculous assumption and a long way from the truth.[/p][/quote]Oh, by the way. Branksome Drive is addressed as Shipley BD18.[/p][/quote]No it isn't it's BD16 and always has been. I have family down there. BD18 is over the road in Nab Wood. So basically as usual you are full of ****. Keep voting Tory we need mugs like you to keep us in the lifestyle we've become accustomed to.[/p][/quote]http://www.zoopla.co .uk/for-sale/propert y/west-yorkshire/shi pley/branksome-drive /bd18-4be/ There you go, you can also view it on maps. I won't bother responding to your other remarks.[/p][/quote]Idiot. The postal code is BD18 but they are in the paraish of Bingley they vote in BD16 at elections. It's to help postmen who have not got it quite together like you. Yet again a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Get back to school for the sake of the nation.[/p][/quote]You do know the inland revenue offices have a postcode of BD99 don't you know the one in Shipley? The post office have a system to suit them. What a dimwit.[/p][/quote]You repeatedly said in your earlier posts that it was in BD16! It isn't. What has where anyone votes or the inland revenue got to do with anything? You still haven't told me which public parks in Bradford Met. have been turned into housing developments. The Bingley boundary starts down near the Hotel (formerly Bankfield) by the way. Anyway, carry on with your ridiculous denial of the facts and feeble personal remarks. You're done![/p][/quote]What a fowler. The parish boundary is NabWood cemetery. Come out of your cave knock on someone's door down that road and ask which parish they vote in. The Hotel is just out the back of some gardens in Branksome. I know because I have viewed it from a relatives garden. If you check out the original Roberts park it stretched from Saltaire to one of Sir Titus Salts family homes at the top of coach road. Now look at the map of upper coach road and see the houses maisonettes etc. The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. As I've said before get back to school if not for ours but your own benefit.[/p][/quote]I repeat! You claimed it was in BD16 and it isn't. The original Roberts park was much the same as it is now. The land beyond it was unused and NOT part of the park. The houses on the Higher Coach Road estate were built many decades after the death of Salt. The "unused" land having been purchased by the council from the Salt estate executors.. His home (at Milner Fields) wasn't in Saltaire and neither was/is the Coach Road. The Salt owned land was much larger in area than the village and didn't go under the same name. I don't see what relevance his politics or the working conditions that he supported are here. So there you are, incorrect again! Doubtless another moving of the goalposts and tirade of insults will follow. Looking at your posts and your claims, you really haven't had much to say about the actual topic... ..Micklethwaite! Remember that? Goodnight.[/p][/quote]You are a complete clown. Stop using Wiki instead of knowledge. It is written by people like you. The park and playing fields went all the way to upper coach road. Check out the toff rowing club dufus. That was part of the original park. You changed the topic to parks Remember? I know it must be difficult as I've seen you completely owned on here before. Crawl back into your inferior hovel whichever part of the stinking hole that is. You know the stinking hole Salt couldn't bare to be in hence the creation of the Saltaire slave camp. Just imagine your ancestors were so slack they were left there to rot.[/p][/quote]I was about to close down when I saw this. Resorting to insults and assumptions really say's it all! Like a spoilt child who keeps being found out.[/p][/quote]"The Tory Salt liked the idea of his young plebs to see him and his family travel the grand rout to his grand house at the end of it. Whilst he was a Tory MP he voted against calls for children under the age of ten to be banned from working in his mill. When he died typical Tory style he was all but bankrupt. His family were left with nothing but debt. " Salt was a Liberal![/p][/quote]You think the Tories and the Liberals were different parties? I suppose you think they are today too. I'd take a look outside the window if i were you. The Tories and the Liberals were two sides of the same argument and still are. It goes all the way back to the wets and the whigs. If it talks and walks like a Tory it's a Tory. Next you will be saying the Co-op Flowers was a minister and a lefty. Tonybaloni

1:19pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Albion. says...

They are different parties and were even more so in Salts day.
After the last general election they discussed a coalition with Labour but went with the Conservatives because they were offered more concessions.
So we have established that you don't know the boundaries of Saltaire and think that it's creator was a member of a different political party to what he actually was. Look at your posts! You insisted that fields that you mentioned are in Saltaire, when they aren't, that someone who lives beyond the bottom of Hirst Lane, lives in Saltaire, when they don't, That roads in BD18 are in BD16 when they aren't, and then you resort to personal insults and assumptions after repeatedly being shown to be a liar!
I won't descend to your level with any personal comments, just reflect on your posts here.
That really is your lot.
They are different parties and were even more so in Salts day. After the last general election they discussed a coalition with Labour but went with the Conservatives because they were offered more concessions. So we have established that you don't know the boundaries of Saltaire and think that it's creator was a member of a different political party to what he actually was. Look at your posts! You insisted that fields that you mentioned are in Saltaire, when they aren't, that someone who lives beyond the bottom of Hirst Lane, lives in Saltaire, when they don't, That roads in BD18 are in BD16 when they aren't, and then you resort to personal insults and assumptions after repeatedly being shown to be a liar! I won't descend to your level with any personal comments, just reflect on your posts here. That really is your lot. Albion.

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