Forum Replies Created
July 1, 2019 at 12:17 pm in reply to: We can’t cope with demand of extra houses’ says Wrexham GP practice #170476
Exactly where are they going to find these doctors to recruit?
There’s already a large number of unfilled vacancies.
You can only train people if the want to be trained, courses are undersubscribed and those in training often don’t want the pressures that come with being a GP.
Training a GP takes about 10 years.
It took a few years for my last doctor to find a replacement so he could retire!
Rather unfair on Vlad, to be honest.
At least people knew what to expect of him. 🙂
What is it that’s being built next to the 50MPH area?
A drive through coffee shop!
A line of cars, engines running, parked in a queue waiting for service
If the speed limit is needed surely that shouldn’t have been given planning permission and a solution should be found to clear vehicles out of the estate without the frequent long queues we get now.
The most disturbing thing was the way Trump seemed not to understand what the NHS is and, even worse, May didn’t pull him up when he said it was on the negotiating table.
They keep saying it’s safe but, when given the chance to make that clear, just let his comment go.
Not turning up for a bun fight pales to insignificance compare to this behaviour.
It’s completely wrong that history is being rewritten.
He said it and should live with the fact it was in the public domain.
It makes you wonder who is really the “Bloody Old Fool!”
EE is owned by BT!
Which, in turn is part owned by Deutsche Telekom and Orange (French).
They had combined T Mobile and Orange to form EE!
What a complex web these multinationals weave.
Why not do both? They aren’t mutually exclusive you know.
It would be far more helpful and positive than this childish political point scoring and whinging.
They are mutually exclusive.
If someone removes the posters they’re removing not only the evidence of the offence but also the means by which the council can trace the offenders?
Rather than random removal the answer is surely to take the legal route which will also discourage other from repeating the problem.
Council Watcher’s comments are common sense, not “point scoring”.March 6, 2018 at 1:18 am in reply to: Shame on Councillors to refuse planning permission #145787
I’ve a full set of pre-planning documents relating to this.
To be honest I’d be very concerned if it got approved.
Just the last week or so we’ve seen examples of planning applications that don’t reflect the intended purpose of properties.
This site has poor access, with weather and traffic issues, which were glossed over in the documents, along with many other factors that contribute to it being a poor choice of site for something of this nature.
The plans also appear to indicate it’s not designed as a purely low risk unit, despite what might be being said.
The document didn’t instil any confidence in the company concerned.
Give them bus passes.
Kills two birds with one stone.
Money could be made from the charges on spaces and, without a doubt, they wouldn’t put up with the bus “service” we get!
I must say I’ve never noticed any speeding traffic in Ruabon. Dangerous driving and parking but not speeding.
I’ve not really noticed it either, except for out by the railway bridge into/out of the 40mph limit. Through the village itself? Not really.
As for the traffic calming measures on Bangor Rod, I’ve not seen them change in the last 3 years or so.
Try crossing the road near the turning for the railway station!
Considering there’s a couple of bends there, the speed of some vehicles is beyond belief.
Complaint? Please use the report post tools or contact Wrexham.com .