April 18, 2008
A Town Hall scheme to ‘inspect’ the inside and outside of thousands of private homes was condemned yesterday as a ‘tax raising snooper’s charter’.
Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council has written to 2,000 homeowners asking permission to enter properties to assess the condition of homes as part of a general ‘statistical survey.’
But suspicious residents believe the ‘inspections’ represent the latest intrusion of privacy in an increasingly ‘Big Brother’ state and could be a method to raise council tax bands.
Nationwide, officials have already been condemned for putting microchips in wheelie bins to monitor family rubbish and boosting the number of traffic cameras to raise revenue.
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This article was posted: Friday, April 18, 2008 at 7:22 am