Shall Oxford develop with Cheer Team Corporation Ltd / SIAHAF at the cost of basic human rights ?

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Developer is recently renamed Cheer Team Corporation Ltd in planning applicaion SIAHAF might be looking to distance themselves from being complicit by excepting money from human rights abusing countries Brunei and China and not wanting to advertise a approximate bill of £300,000. When shall they get the message “stop being complicit in human rights abuses.”

More resent activism has led to more people locally hearing of the connection between Grantham House that SIAHAF appears to be selling after taking Brunei “lets suppress our population by introducing bloody extreme Shari law” Darussalam.


Divest  Grantham House Jericho 

 

Divestment in companies, organisations and countries with no conscience is doing good.

It hurts greedy people being bad financially and retrieves funding for ethical investments goodness. 

 

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Wikipedia: Method of divestment…..

 

“Some firms are using technology to facilitate the process of divesting some divisions. They post the information about any division that they wish to sell on their website so that it is available to any firm that may be interested in buying the division.”

“Firms use transitional service agreements to increase the strategic benefits of divestitures.

With economic liberalization of the Indian economyMinistry of Finance of India had set up a separate Department of Disinvestments.”

_________________________________________________________ Latest Oxford Mail report.                            http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/

Rift threatens plans for £20m Castle Mill boatyard redevelopment

Matt Oliver‘s report

A RIFT between a developer and a Jericho residents’ group could threaten the £20m redevelopment of the Castle Mill boatyard.

Oxford Mail: An artist’s impression

The scheme, which would create a new community centre, boatyard, nursery, restaurant and 22 homes, will be considered by Oxford city council on Tuesday night. Officers have recommended to approve the plans that would also see the creation of a “piazza” square between St Barnabas Church and the Oxford Canal. The project is the fifth attempt to redevelop the site, so far derelict for a decade. But the Jericho Wharf Trust – an alliance of community groups – will ask councillors to reject the planning application after failing to agree with developer Strategic Iconic Assets Heritage Acquisition Fund (SIAHF) on a deal to finance the centre. Trust chairwoman Phyllis Starkey confirmed negotiations with SIAHF had stalled since last month when plans were due to be considered. The group wanted a legal agreement to lock the developer into building the community centre and urged councillors to put off a decision until one was obtained. But yesterday Mrs Starkey said talks with the developer had gone cold. In a statement drafted for the west area planning committee that will decide on the plans, the trust wrote: “The likely outcome of approving the application as it stands is that there would be a lucrative private housing scheme, a breached affordable housing policy and little likelihood of compensating community benefits.” The cooling of relations between the trust and the developer first emerged when plans for the scheme were made public last June. The trust claimed the cost of the community centre was pushed from £5m to £6.6m because it was placed above the planned boatyard. Since then it has tried to secure compensation from the developer for the estimated increase. It is understood the group was seeking a commitment that the boatyard and foundations of the centre would be built, as well as a cash contribution of £1m. But this week Johnny Sandelson, chief executive of SIAHF, said “trust had broken down” between the two sides. He said: “They came to me with unrealistic financial demands and let it be known that if I didn’t agree they would object to the scheme. “It is a complicated site to develop and stakeholders need to know they can trust one another. ” Yet it emerged this week that St Barnabas Church Parochial Council could step in to help find a solution . The church is at the centre of designs for the square. It also owns the current community centre in Canal Street to be replaced. Father Jonathan Beswick said: “The developer has asked to have a conversation with us, so if we can be of help then we will do our best. “The church is the most significant stakeholder in the scheme and we are keen for people in Jericho to have good public facilities.” He added: “It has taken a long time to get to this stage. Who knows how long it would take to get here again.” The west area planning committee will meet at 6.30pm on Tuesday in Town Hall, St Aldate’s.

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AN XMAS MESSAGE to SIAHAF connected people.

Persons working with or as SIAHAF seasons cheer to you and all people. With this we advise you to consider the feelings of your family whether it be kids being taunted  or other halfs being derided as to their choice of partners. Please consider there thinking and feelings  if the tortured death of thousands by Sharia and Chinese dictatorships means nothing to you when wade against your personal greed. P.S. Best option might be to sell the boatyard to JWT for what they offer. 🙂 ________________________________________________

Disinvestment in companies, organisations and countries with no conscience is not as good as ethical investment but it hurts  people being bad to financially whilst retrieving the funding then available for ethical investment.

This blog aims to make clear that the views expressed here are of people who care to planned completely unethical funding that might be used to purchase the Jericho Boatyard site.

A request made by a JCBY Director gives this statement.

These views shared here are not the publicly stated views of Jericho Community Boatyard limited.

Ethical investment helps and disinvestment in the unethical gives the ethical funding.

SIAHAF the developers applying for planning permission on the Jericho Boatyard site now claim the money is coming from China where they execute thousands of their people yearly.  Earlier disclousure informed that:

Unethical money is being hidden abroad from Brunei’s population as the oil runs out. Local property developer

 Johnny ( lets make greedy money with feudal, child marrying killers of adulterers, gays and young people under 18) Sandelson of SIAHAF developers is claims China money is funding  a subject to planning very high cost development of Jericho Boatyard. Initiated with sickening brutal Brunei, and now Chinese money ( SIAHAF boosts about the Brunei connection on it’s media webpage.) Johnny laughed at the human rights abuses of China ( we execute thousand every year keeping the number secret + Tibet) .

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Disinvestment in companies, organisations and countries with no conscience is not as good as ethical investment but it hurts  people being bad to financially whilst retrieving the funding then available for ethical investment.

here are a number of problem connected links:

 http://www.amnesty.org/en/region/brunei-darussalam http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Chinahttps://www.amnesty.org/en/region/china/report-

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SIAHAF start up money came from Brunei Darussalam: new Penal Code allowing stoning, whipping and amputation

Brunei Darussalam’s new Penal Code, announced by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, will come into force Thursday. Jericho Community Boatyard Limited  has a website: http://jcby.co.uk/ Please help with this public opinion campaign and help Oxford maintain the ethical high ground which gives goodness. Why not try copying, printing , scissoring and sharing the lower text to an A4 and then on to those who might care?  _____________________ Caution: This link from google images you might find disturbing.  https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=free+image+of+china+executions&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=-bGAU6rCJKes7Qak-4DQAg&ved=0CE0QsAQ&biw=1024&bih=679#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=OgUjcM-A6RE-5M%253A%3BAgDfgi0uz04-4M%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.friendsoftibet.org%252Fmain%252Fimages%252Ftibet_execution_3.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.friendsoftibet.org%252Fmain%252Fexecution.html%3B411%3B244 _____________________ http://www.amnesty.org/en/region/brunei-darussalam http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Chinahttps://www.amnesty.org/en/region/china/report-2013      jerichoboatyardrightorwrong.wordpress.com/   Brunei oil money is being hidden abroad from its population as the oil runs out. Property developerJohnny ( lets make money with feudal child marrying killers of adulterers, gays and young people under 18) Sandelson of SIAHAF developers is claiming Hong Kong / Chinese money is funding  a subject to planning very high cost development ofJericho Boatyard. Initiated with sickening brutal Brunei money ( boosts about the Brunei connection on it’s media webpage.) the human rights abuses of China’s ( we execute thousand every year keeping the number secret + Tibet) Hong Kong.Disinvestment in companies, organisations and countries with no conscience is not as good as ethical investment but it hurts bad people financially whilst retrieving the funding for ethical investment. http://www.amnesty.org/en/region/brunei-darussalam http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Chinahttps://www.amnesty.org/en/region/china/report-2013  jerichoboatyardrightorwrong.wordpress.com/   Brunei oil money is being hidden abroad from its population as the oil runs out. Local property developerJohnny ( lets make money with feudal child marrying killers of adulterers, gays and young people under 18) Sandelson of SIAHAF developers is claimingHong Kong money is funding  a subject to planning very high cost development ofJericho Boatyard. Initiated with sickening brutal Brunei money ( boosts about the Brunei connection on it’s media webpage.) the human rights abuses of China’s ( we execute thousand every year keeping the number secret + Tibet) Hong Kong.Disinvestment in companies, organisations and countries with no conscience is not as good as ethical investment but it hurts bad people financially whilst retrieving the funding for ethical investment.   http://www.amnesty.org/en/region/brunei-darussalam http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Chinahttps://www.amnesty.org/en/region/china/report-2013  jerichoboatyardrightorwrong.wordpress.com/   Brunei oil money is being hidden abroad from its population as the oil runs out. Brutal Brunei – Chinese money hides in Oxford’s boatyard development. Brunei oil money is being hidden abroad from its population as the oil runs out. Local property developer Johnny ( lets make money with feudal child marrying killers of adulterers, gays and young people under 18) Sandelson of SIAHAF developers is claiming China’s ( we execute thousand every year keeping the number secret + Tibet)  money is funding  a subject to planning  (I’am informed) very high cost development of Jericho Boatyard. Initiated with sickening brutal Brunei money ( SIAHAF boosts about the Brunei connection on it’s media webpage.) China executes more people than the rest of the world. Disinvestment in companies, organisations and countries with no conscience is not as good as ethical investment but it hurts bad finance people  financially whilst retrieving the funding for ethical investment. ___________________________________________ http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-30578143.html 30 April 2014

Brunei Darussalam: new Penal Code allowing stoning, whipping and amputation

Brunei Darussalam’s new Penal Code, announced by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, will come into force Thursday. © STR/AFP/Getty Images Brunei Darussalam’s new Penal Code legalizes cruel and inhuman punishments. It makes a mockery of the country’s international human rights commitments and must be revoked immediately. Rupert Abbott, Deputy Asia-Pacific Director at Amnesty International. Brunei Darussalam’s shocking new Penal Code will take the country back to the dark ages when it comes to human rights, Amnesty International said. The new Penal Code, which is due to come into force on 1 May, allows for cruel and inhuman punishments including stoning to death, whipping and amputation. “Brunei Darussalam’s new Penal Code legalizes cruel and inhuman punishments. It makes a mockery of the country’s international human rights commitments and must be revoked immediately,” said Rupert Abbott, Deputy Asia-Pacific Director at Amnesty International. The law imposes the death penalty for a range of offences which do not meet the threshold of the “most serious crimes” under international law, including robbery. Defendants who were under 18 years of age when crimes were committed can also be sentenced to death. “The new code even permits stoning to death for acts which should not be considered ‘crimes’ in the first place, such as extramarital sexual relations and consensual sex between adults of the same gender,” said Rupert Abbott. The new Penal Code also contains a range of provisions which will restrict the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, and which discriminate against women. The law has received strong criticism from members of the international community, including international human rights organizations and the United Nations. Some LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) groups and others have reacted by boycotting businesses owned by the head of state, the Sultan of Brunei. Brunei Darussalam’s human rights record will be reviewed by the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on 2 May, a day after the Penal Code takes effect. “UN member states must take this opportunity to push Brunei Darussalam to revoke this shocking Penal Code and ensure that the country’s laws are in strict compliance with international human rights law and standards,” said Rupert Abbott. http://www.amnesty.org/en/region/brunei-darussalam ____________________________________________________ A PRIVATE Brunei family has spent £500m secretly buying most of Queensway, with the aim of regenerating the area into an urban village. The off-market deals are being arranged by Siahaf, a property development firm run by British businessman Johnny Sandelson and Bruneian entrepreneur Mohamad Shuif Hussain. http://talktoberlin.com/portfolio/siahaf-works-with-berlin/ http://www.cityam.com/article/1379337621/brunei-family-s-secret-500m-swoop-queensway ________________________________ Brunei’s proven oil and gas reserves are sufficient until at least 2015, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Brunei#Oil_and_gas_industry The exact numbers are unclear, but some experts suggest Brunei’s proven oil reserves could run dry in just a decade. http://www.scmp.com/article/556701/brunei-parties-what-happens-when-oil-runs-out

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