Friday, 14 January 2011

A few pictures of Ramsgate and some thoughts on Ramsgate Harbour Arches

I did manage to get a longer walk around Ramsgate yesterday and take a few pictures, here are the first lot http://www.thanetonline.com/laptop111/id5.htm the second lot were of the pictures on The Great Wall o Ramsgate that I published yesterdayand the third lot here http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/111/

At the council’s latest list of commercial property, see http://www.thanet.gov.uk/business/regeneration/commercial_premises_list.aspx has several of the harbour arches listed with their rentals, I thought it a good time to photograph each individual arch.

Apart from the obvious usefulness of being able to which one is located where, for anyone wanting to rent one it also forms an historical record of the situation now.

Why on earth the council’s latest commercial property list is the November one is a subject for concern and raises the following questions:

I the list first circulated to a selected few and then made publicly available on the web after any choice pickings have been snapped up?

In these times when the council is apparently short of money, why does one of the few activates that they engage in that actually produces income for them have such a low priority that it only appears two months out of date?

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