Liam

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  • in reply to: LDP statement made by Councillor Morris. #158917

    Liam
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    There are apparently covenants on the Llay traveller site (confirmed by council) and the land being put forward for housing by Glyndwr in New Broughton (not confirmed by council).

    in reply to: Mayor #158820

    Liam
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    It would be interesting to know whether most other authorities have a car and driver for their mayor.

    in reply to: Household Waste being put into, and by public bins. #157227

    Liam
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    It’s hard to tell what’s backing them up, but in the picture of the one by Gresford Quarry shared earlier this week it mostly looks like dog poo bags so hardly bulky items. Are they being emptied as regularly as before?

    in reply to: Ty Pawb #156922

    Liam
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    The only saving grace is that parking income appears to be above estimates.


    Liam
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    The overall figures are still accurate if you look at the blue bar on the graphs on the Wrexham.com piece, but it does add some good context. I agree that it’s an issue of perception. I never feel unsafe during the day and rarely at night but can’t account for people of different ages or gender.

    in reply to: Sprouts and Council project management #155567

    Liam
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    I wonder if Cllr Pritchard deliberately made those comments in light of what might be to come for Ty Pawb, believe there is some anger on high about how things have gone so far.

    in reply to: Ty Pawb #155336

    Liam
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    If it looks like PR, reads like PR, and simpers like PR, then it probably is PR.

    in reply to: EasyCoach #155319

    Liam
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    Not sure that a price war constitutes sabotage though, nor why you would go to the police over it. Unless bus services are either better regulated or renationalised then companies like Arriva will always harvest the most profitable routes.

    in reply to: Ty Pawb – Very disappointed :-( #155212

    Liam
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    Re: the unfinished comments, I spoke to a couple of traders last week who claimed that some stalls were still having work done to them last month. There were definitely several incomplete when it opened and there was no internet in there for two months.

    in reply to: Glyndwr planning applications #154715

    Liam
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    Maureen – is your view not equally as one-eyed as that of the so-called NIMBYs you criticise?

    Let’s start with your claim that the houses are much-needed when there have been several recent data releases which show that the market is stagnating.

    Also, how do you know that the houses being proposed are the type needed? If they were affordable or social housing I might agree, but most developers go for the bare minimum when it comes to the allocation of affordable housing.

    Yes okay, some of the reasons for opposing get a tad frivolous, but as far as infrastructure is concerned there are plenty of valid concerns about health services and school places. Planning law could certainly do with a bit of tightening to secure the necessary investment.

    So no, I’m not quite convinced that your argument of ‘build them everywhere’ really stands up.

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