Monday, 26 November 2007

Jane Hutt visit to MOD Shrivenham in May and who paid for that trip?

Standing up for the Vale and for Wales

Jane Hutt sells out to Metrix

If you asked me what I have been doing for the past three weeks since the Election on May 3rd, I would say that I have been pursuing the three commitments I made on that night: to serve the people of the Vale of Glamorgan to the best of my ability, to promote the re-generation of Barry to make the town a place we can be proud of and to secure the maximum benefits of the Defence Training Academy for St Athan, the Vale and the wider region of south east Wales...

Moving on to the Defence Training Academy in St Athan, I was pleased to join a St Athan Community Council partnership visit to MOD Shrivenham recently, to introduce the local community and town councils of St Athan, Llanmaes and Llantwit Major to the staff and facilities of the tri-service Defence Training College.
With Welsh Assembly Government officials from the DTA project team, Vale Council planning and transport officials and Cabinet Member, Cllr Chris Williams, local interests and partners were well represented on this visit.

In addition, Mike Hayle, the Chief Executive of Metrix joined us in Shrivenham to contribute to the wide-ranging discussions about the time-scales, impacts, issues and opportunities that this £15bn project offers to the Vale and to Wales. I was able to reassure the group of the Welsh Assembly Government’s commitment to exploring transport options for improving access to the St Athan development including road and rail.

This visit to Shrivenham provided us with the opportunity to view a top class tri-service Training College designed by the same architect employed by Metrix for St Athan. I look forward to the next visit by Metrix to meeting in June with the town and community councils, Vale Council and I shall be chairing those meetings as the start of this ongoing process of close consultation throughout this multi million project from which we must derive maximum benefit.

.. important principles that have guided me throughout my life in politics – seeking to build trust with integrity and good faith, backed by openness and a determination to seek the common good....twaddle and you embrace Metrix with RAYTHEON AND THING THAT IS FOR THE GOOD OF THE PEOPLE OF WALES???

I hope this 'TOP CLASS' (Jane where did you get that idea from?) tri-service training college has improved since its last inspection?


In 2005, the College will become the United Kingdom ’s Tri-Service Sixth ...... (The Royal Military College of Science), which is located at Shrivenham. ...

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