First the amazing boards that were presumably made of the development’s new construction material and that changed colour, rather like a DJs trousers in 1971 have gone.
See http://www.thanetonline.com/slipways/id5.htm if you missed them.
Speculation as to why has so far eluded me. Were they stolen? Seems unlikely. Did the developer remove them and if so why?
Any ideas on this one greatly appreciated.
A three dimensional animation of the development has now appeared, see below.
I should point out that this animation has been produced by the developer to promote the development and not by people opposed to it.
The Ramsgate Society’s website is where I got it from, the trouble here is that you need a special program installed on your computer to view it, this is great on the duel processor 200 gig ram computer that I am using at the moment, but not so funny if you are using an old computer trying to run a newer operating system, like my ancient laptop that I tried to use to view it with last night.
This is the same as the council’s huge pdf files in as much as they are open to everybody rather in the same way that the Ritz is.
The image on the Ramsgate Society’s site is much cleaner than the one I put on youtube see http://www.ramsgate-society.org.uk/slipway.html
If you can’t view the animation on The Ramsgate society’s and decide to install software to do so, be careful of the tick boxes along the way, especially the one that asks you if you want it to be the default program for viewing video files.
And as I said if your computer is old and struggling I would give it a miss altogether.