Common sense is welcome news
I WELCOME confirmation that Bristol City Council is undertaking a more common-sense approach to its ludicrous and deeply unpopular Clear Corridors Policy ('Council sees sense on clear corridors policy The Post September 21).
In late summer, at its meeting held on July 23, the Quality of Life Scrutiny Commission (which partially oversees housing) investigated the new policy at my request and on a cross-party basis councillors quizzed Mary Ryan, Joint Service Director for Landlord Services.
At the time, Mrs Ryan conceded that there had been numerous examples of where this policy was insensitive to existing tenants and heavy-handed in its implications.
She very sensibly indicated that a review of the Clear Corridors Policy would be commenced and I welcome the news that this helpful development is taking place.
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Surely our Council tenants should not have to put up with sterile Soviet-like housing regulations designed by a bungling army of health and safety bureaucrats?
Councillor Richard Eddy