Friday, 7 February 2014
Cavendish 249 a Home from Home?
There is a fee of £100 or £55 to make an application for the restricting of the URA. Which begs the question why have some of the 55 who have not revealed their URA on some company documents revealed it on others? Seems a waste of money. And who are the "activists" who are the cause of this desire for secrecy?
Whilst studying the documents TC came across an interesting item. There is a limited company which is also a charity which has as a director a senior Police officer of GMP formerly based in Tameside and now moved to elsewhere in Greater Manchester. The officer gives "Cavendish 249" as their address.
Tameside Citizen has reported on New Charter---GMP links in the past but this is new. At the time that Roy West was being investigated by the Police for alleged breaches of a restraining order, later proved, a senior GMP officer was a director of a company whose registered office was Cavendish 249. And so was their contact address.