jas wrote:It looks like the 3 million pounds redevelopment is coming to an end - however from what I can see, now that fences are being removed, is what looks like the typical pub refurbishment. It's hard to spot any difference!
They seem to have fixed the bricks and laid out new lawns, that's all. Not even a playground? That sort of money would have made a nice financial injection into the most inadequate primary school of the country - located just opposite :-(
Instead, city workers can have a more enjoyable lunchbreak. I'm amazed that this is just another of those superficial facelifts, and real social local issues are just buried underneath the new grass. I want my tax back!
spacemaker wrote:As I said in my post JK, there was consultation however there was no feedback on what they did with the public comments that were gathered. Did they incorporate ANY ideas whatsoever from those given or just go off and do their own thing anyway?
Expressing a view regardless of whether one contributed to the "consultation" is not complaining.
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