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Friday 1 June 2007 3.24pm
well maybe maccas will get blown to bermondsey street! OMG the fuss that would cause!
Friday 1 June 2007 4.29pm
this is a building that already has planing permission.
if it doesn't get built it will be because its not
commercially viable,
its a good design for a tall building , but there are
question marks over the suitability of the location.
and I remain sceptical about the reasons for building it.
Friday 1 June 2007 4.49pm
mickysalt wrote:
there are
question marks over the suitability of the location.

Really? Such as...?


mickysalt wrote:
and I remain sceptical about the reasons for building it.

??
Friday 1 June 2007 4.51pm
It can't be cancelled by the government, but the point here is morals. The Conservatives are meant to be going in a new direction, yet they are going against what the majority of the public want, as from what I have seen the majority are either pro or don't care.
Friday 1 June 2007 5.59pm
Ed vaizy from what I read was giving an over view of tall
buildings in relation to historic sites.and existing views.
of which the shared of glass was just one.
in light of so many tall building geting planing permision
I think an overview in relation to other considerations .
is a good idea.

allso I'v said this before but petitions supporting big commercial projects carry no wight as all those to commercialy gain from it
can sign it.
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