SeaChange has been trying to get yet more public money for the Queensway Gateway Road – but this time, it has been refused. In this post we’re looking at the funding application: does it show dishonesty on SeaChange’s part, or merely clever business practice? And what are the implications for the completion of the road? Continue reading
The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) agreed in January 2017 to allocate £8.2m of Local Growth Fund money to the East Sussex Strategic Growth Project (ESSGP). This is SeaChange’s next big project, and worth taking a look at in a bit of detail.
Last year, we published an article questioning the anticipated cost of the North Bexhill Access Road (NBAR). According to funder the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP), the road was going to cost a total of £16.7m. Continue reading
For several years, Tariq Khwaja, of TK Associates has been the public face of SeaChange Sussex. He’s been there at every ‘consultation’ and every Bexhill Hastings Link Road ‘construction exhibition’; he is nearly always listed as the ‘spokesman’ for SeaChange in press releases (which he presumably writes); and he generally ensures that anyone who actually works for SeaChange – most notably director John Shaw – is almost entirely invisible, and hence utterly unaccountable. Continue reading
Here’s a question. How much will SeaChange’s North Bexhill Access Road (NBAR) cost – if it’s built – and where would the money come from?
It would undoubtedly be public money – it always is – but how much of it is a bit of a mystery. Continue reading