very rich increasingly work in finance, marry each other
and care passionately about politics. The Economist
A London based consortium of Landowner, Freight Specialist and
Financier have put together the audacious proposal.
(1) Land Owner, Piers Monckton
of Stretton Hall or
more usually London. A city investment manager, pilot and
chairman of the local Country Land Owners Association. Owns a
huge swathe of local agricultural land, but is not very keen
on farming. Has been behind most of the Mineral Rights (sand
& gravel) applications around South Staffs.
Check out his family tree, pilots licence, birthstone and
consanguinity index on this excellent site: www.thepeerage.com
here becoming chairman of the Staffs CLA: www.cla.org.uk/your-area/midlands/regional-news/new-chairman-cla-staffordshire
Read some of the association's stated ideals and spot the
disparity with actual events.
(2) Rail Freight & Infrastructure Specialists, Kilbride
are providing the technical and logistics input.
Managing Director Peter Frost, via FAL
is involved in this proposal.
Kilbride have been involved in the Honda plant at Swindon, a
number of giant Incinerators and are linked to several major
here in the Kilbride introduction:
(3) Financiers, The Grosvenor Group
- owned by
the Duke of Westminster. The last Duke died in August
2016 at the age of 64. We tried to communicate with his son,
the 7th Duke of Westminster in early 2017 - but have not
received a reply from him. He is currently at No.5 on The
Sunday Times Rich List.
Read more on The Peerage site: www.thepeerage.com
The three party's have recently incorporated themselves as a
limited company for this project known as Four Ashes Limited
4th Floor, 7/10 Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, London. W1G
Peter Frost, from Kilbride Group is managing director, front
man and fall guy for this proposal and is busily trying to
sell the project to investors and pushing those locals in
strategic positions (ie. advantageous to the developer) to
sign up to contracts giving an option to buy in the event of
gaining planning approval. (Your home is already blighted -
talk to us and your solicitor before signing anything).
are environmental specialists employed to
assess the impact of the project (as far as the developer is
concerned). Matt Royall has been their representative at
are planning consultants.
Legal representatives for the developers