Is David Wimble a Fantasist: Part 2

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

So thirty seven of you have contacted us and informed us that you made contact with the Advertising Standards Agency over David Wimble‘s claim that the Looker website regularly receives over 300,000 views per month. Screenshot below taken as of 08:00am 16th Jan 2018. (Mr Wimble pictured) The [Click to Read More]

£971,000 And Rising

January 11, 2018 // 0 Comments

It’s like watching a car crash happen in slow motion. The Bed & Breakfast Figures are creeping ever so slowly towards breaking the £1 million pound barrier for the first time ever. Now that the December Payment to Supplier data is out, we can tell you that the amount spent between Apr 17 [Click to Read More]

Speculative Discussions.

January 5, 2018 // 1 Comment

Channel Ports Ltd & Stop 24 are in ongoing speculative discussions about extending the Lorry Park at Stop 24 by another 300 places.  It currently has space for 200 lorries. They are sounding out the movers and shakers and Paul Wells MD of Channel Ports Ltd (pictured) has already met with [Click to Read More]

Otterpool Park Update

December 31, 2017 // 0 Comments

It would appear that the Otterpool Park development has now been given a planning application number.  Y17/0183/SH received pre-planning application advice from Shepway District Council’s (SDC) planning department in August of this year, at a cost of £12,339.40 to the joint developers (SDC [Click to Read More]

Is David Wimble a Fantasist?

December 29, 2017 // 3 Comments

He’s at it again making a ludicrous statement which cannot be substantiated. Yes, David Wimble (pictured) the man who nominated Cllr Russell Tillson while running as an independent in this year’s KCC election, is, as the owner of The Looker via Marsh Media Limited, claiming via his [Click to Read More]

Money, Money, Money

December 27, 2017 // 2 Comments

I work all night I work all day to pay the bills I have to pay, ain’t it sad And still there never seems to be, a single penny left for me, that’s too bad; so say ABBA, but in 2018/19 we’ll all possibly have less money if our Council Tax rates rise. The proposals that Parliament [Click to Read More]