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  • #151544

    pierce
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    Just an observation on the new frontage of the Guildhall it would appear to be open ended.
    In the statement by the Leader of the Council, he states that the frontage will reduce anti social behaviour and increase security of the building.
    My questions are 1. How does this frontage reduce anti social behaviour. 2. How does an open ended frontage increase the security of the building and staff.
    I would suggest that at a time of fiscal difficulties and cuts in services perhaps this is the wrong time to spend the reported £11,000 on a project which appears to be purely a cosmetic job on the frontage of the building.

    #151550

    Matt
    Participant

    Just an observation on the new frontage of the Guildhall it would appear to be open ended.
    In the statement by the Leader of the Council, he states that the frontage will reduce anti social behaviour and increase security of the building.
    My questions are 1. How does this frontage reduce anti social behaviour. 2. How does an open ended frontage increase the security of the building and staff.
    I would suggest that at a time of fiscal difficulties and cuts in services perhaps this is the wrong time to spend the reported £11,000 on a project which appears to be purely a cosmetic job on the frontage of the building.

    The only conclusion I can make from the report is that perhaps Clr Pritchard is in fact a Dalek and therefore does not like stairs.

    #151555

    The Monitor
    Participant

    Just an observation on the new frontage of the Guildhall it would appear to be open ended.
    In the statement by the Leader of the Council, he states that the frontage will reduce anti social behaviour and increase security of the building.
    My questions are 1. How does this frontage reduce anti social behaviour. 2. How does an open ended frontage increase the security of the building and staff.
    I would suggest that at a time of fiscal difficulties and cuts in services perhaps this is the wrong time to spend the reported £11,000 on a project which appears to be purely a cosmetic job on the frontage of the building.

    The only conclusion I can make from the report is that perhaps Clr Pritchard is in fact a Dalek and therefore does not like stairs.

    Hmmm…. Very Appropriate……. DESTROY!….DESTROY!…..DESTROY!….

    #151561

    janeywxm
    Participant

    Oh Wow! Congrats to the council! They have now created a nice place for the homeless, druggies and anyone else to sleep under at night and during bad weather!

    The kids who congregate under the band stand in the evenings will love the extra undercover space thats been created for them!

    Yep!

    Well done

    Janey

    #151566
    AMA Express
    AMA Express
    Participant

    They have now created a nice place for the homeless, druggies and anyone else to sleep under at night and during bad weather!

    Good move. With any luck it’ll stop them congregating at the hospital then.

    #151569

    Andrewmackembailey
    Participant

    Just an observation on the new frontage of the Guildhall it would appear to be open ended.
    In the statement by the Leader of the Council, he states that the frontage will reduce anti social behaviour and increase security of the building.
    My questions are 1. How does this frontage reduce anti social behaviour. 2. How does an open ended frontage increase the security of the building and staff.
    I would suggest that at a time of fiscal difficulties and cuts in services perhaps this is the wrong time to spend the reported £11,000 on a project which appears to be purely a cosmetic job on the frontage of the building.[/quote

    Now now pierce the council raised more than £11k in the budget consultation estimating £15k from charging for extra green bins. Rubbish for rubbish and it is us that are GREEN!

    #151573

    Council Watcher
    Participant

    The only beneficiaries are the one/two members of staff sitting behind the reception who will not be affected by the 20 seconds of wind that may blow when the sliding door opens.

    Security improvement nil
    Improvement for roofless sleeping conditions plus 10
    Setting for wedding photos -10

    #151582

    jimbow
    Participant

    Little wonder front line services are short of funding when £11k is spent on projects like this. The Leaders explanation of this spend, beggars belief.

    #151589

    Matt
    Participant

    It’s one of those where every single penny of council spend is being scrutinised – especially on vanity projects like this.

    In my opinion either the Council are very bad at PR – where’s the reporting on cash going to kids or elderly, homeless veterans, mental health etc… one of the select areas where people don’t criticise spend. Then people could be like well at least they have built a new school etc, so vanity spend won’t look quite so gratuitous.

    Or quite frankly they don’t care – a f*ck you to the rate payers where they are going to spend the money on what they want and to hell with the critics – elections not up for years.

    #151598

    wrexview
    Participant

    This is a “want “ not a “need”, everything that is a “need “ should be prioritised over all “wants”. Surprised this made the list of need over music education in the Councillors minds.

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