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Monday, 16 January 2012

The Glasgow East Regeneration Agency and the Deals, settlement and payoffs

Peter Curran


A necessary reminder – click link

The Sun's report on the horrifying forced eviction of the Jaconelli's by 80 police, masked council workers, with 15 riot vans

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The fight for justice for Dalmarnock families against the injustice of GCC goes on with Mike Dailly Govan Law Centre dealing with legalities

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The Glasgow East Regeneration Agency epitomises Labour rule in Glasgow for over half a century. But there's the Games. Aye, political games!

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All Labour Glasgow East Regeneration Agency directors and property developers have done well financially. Most families have done very badly

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GERA made Dalmarnock families homeless and destroyed small businesses. For almost all, no settlement in sight. Law grinds on slowly.

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GERA - Glasgow East Regeneration Agency that destroyed the property of residents? FACT. Go and look at the rubble that once was a community.

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GERA - Glasgow East Regeneration Agency that destroyed the property of residents and small businesses of Dalmarnock. Property developers OK!

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3 of the 5 GERA directors who approved Saez deal were Labour councillors. After leaving GERA, Saez went into business with Frank McAveety, former Labour MSP

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John Mason SNP calls the Saez payoff 'morally unacceptable'. Deal signed off by George Redmond - Labour councillor. Mason says OSCR should investigate.

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#GCC Jaconelli's brutally evicted from home - still no settlement.

 Ronnie Saez gets £500k payoff. Job? CEO - Glasgow East Regeneration Agency


  1. A cool half million pounds for accomplishing little.

    The circumstances of his Labour links combined with his being awarded 6 extra years pension entitlement for years he wasn't actually a council employee... nice work if you can get it - kind of like a Glasgow council seat in the House of Lords (albeit less well paid).

    Party politics aside, I can't fathom why people have voted these people in year in and year out.