The Slough media websites have today posted a story placed by the Slough Sikh Education Trust’s (SSET) central London-based public relations company about Mr Kandolas’ request to meet the Parish Council to discuss transport issues arising from their wish to occupy the Pioneer House site. The SSET news release also stated that the open meeting, set by Mr Kandola for 18 April as his alternative to attending the Parish Council’s public meeting, which he declined to attend on 14 March has been cancelled.
It would be fair comment to note that Mr Kandola appears to attach more importance to announcing meetings to the press than actually attending them.
The SSET media release was far more detailed than Mr Kandola’s brief email to Cllr Carter. The story was placed with the press before Cllr Carter had the opportunity to consult colleagues and reply to Mr Kandola.
The Parish Council is committed to openness and transparency, so the email exchange is published on this website. Personal email addresses have been blurred out in respect of Data Protection considerations, otherwise the email exchange is published in full.