Monday, 23 November 2009

A few pictures and thoughts

The pictures are of walking to and from the Pleasurama site to take the pictures of the cliff condition on Saturday. One of the lenses I was using came to pieces in the middle of this and I had to stop and repair it so there are probably some pretty strange ones.

Here is the link to the pictures http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/laptop2/ and I will add to this post as the day progresses.
I don’t get much chance normally to get out of the shop in the middle of the day on Saturdays and it was interesting to see how many people were about.

I have reached another of those watersheds with Pleasurama the two main cliff safety issues the bulge above the site and the problems at the top of the Marina Esplanade incline are in my opinion so dangerous that public safety is involved here and now.

The issues of what will happen when the building work starts in 2011 will have to go on the back burner for a bit and I have to decide how far to take these major safety issues.
It is though a question of how far to go, particularly in terms of naming individuals concerned, when I publish their responses.

1 comment:

  1. Michael you seemed to be stymied at every turn by TDC, is it something that can be reported to the HSE. For the roadway is that not KCC's highway departments responsibility rather than TDC's?

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