Wednesday, 2 October 2013
Matthew McConaughey on Planning
Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past is a terrible, terrible film, but one that, following the 'my turn, your turn' principle, I have had to sit through with Mrs Stafford (a little tip: it gets less terrible with every additional glass of wine...).
What relevance though does this have to a blog on town planning?
Well my recent frustrations bring to mind the only memorable line in the film, which is from the principal protagonist played by Matthew McConaughey.
The power in all relationships lies with whoever cares less.
The character wasn't speaking about the UK planning system, but unfortunately he could have been.