Saturday 24 May 2003 11.04am
As I was walking down Weston Street
for the first time in some months, I saw that Guy Street
Park was partly closed again - apparently to relay the concrete footpaths.
Are the Pool of London Partnership the bad guys?
Is it just my jaded cynicism, or have all the PLP funded projects suffered from poor project management and a distinct lack of a "right first time" approach to quality. (see previous postings about Tooley Street
Looking at the project details on their website
I'm not sure if it's PLP's fault or just that they are giving money to organisations (eg. London Borough of Southwark) that are trying to keep too many regeneration balls in the air at once.
Any views from a local in the Abbey Street
neck of the woods on how the "Beormund Environs Scheme" has been managed?
Has Southwark really agreed to take on maintenance responsibilities to keep all these locations in decent condition, and ensure that there is a rapid response to all vandalism/graffiti so that none of them spiral back down again?
Post edited (02 Jun 03 20:47)