People should be allowed to go about their business without being jostled, pushed, spat at, or intimidated, says Bob Britnell.
Former Canterbury City Council principal planner Bob Britnell asks questions of those making their way to our shores.
In his final column of the year, Bob Britnell looks back at the recent and distant past.
Bob Britnell bemoans the dangers people on our streets put themselves in.
As he scours the news, Bob Britnell believes we are obsessing about the wrong things.
Bob Britnell warns that suffering at the hands of unscrupulous gangsters and even death are realities for migrants trying to cross the Channel.
There is an awful equality in death, writes Bob Britnell.
A tragedy has left Bob Britnell questioning the national broadcaster’s reporting values.
Despite the howls of opposition, we need to think about extracting shale gas, argues former Canterbury City Council planner Bob Britnell.
Manipulating the past for political purposes should be anathema, argues Bob Britnell.
Bob Britnell reflects over the issues he has raised over the past months
What works in London doesn’t in places like east Kent, argues former city council planner Bob Britnell.
Bob Britnell is the former principal planning officer at Canterbury City Council and now runs his own consultancy offering planning and conservation advice. He lives in Tyler Hill.
The Canterbury Journal