Tesco in Margate first, my take here is that the fault lies with English Heritage for not making Arlington House a listed building and that any ground floor shops Tesco or other should have been done in the 1960s brutalist style of the rest of the building.
most significant piece of retro and should have been treated accordingly,
painting it magnolia, installing plastic widows seems to me to be unfortunate
for a town that has recently acquired a significant and iconic modern art
gallery. When the time comes can they be trusted not to vandalise their chipperfield. Margate
On to Sandy Ezekiel, as you have probably noticed, not only is the taxpayer paying thousands of pounds to keep him in prison, a total waste of money when someone isn’t a danger to the community, but the public purse only gets £2000 and he gets to keep the properties.
I would have been a lot happier if he had the property confiscated, put into auction and the proceeds given to the council, which certainly needs the money.
Not much of a post here as I am still working on ensuring that the books in my bookshop are cheaper than on the internet, which in the case of most paperbacks and Amazon was less than an Amazon penny, which converts into real money as £2.81 and now means with Amazon Prime a lot less.
I have done most of the general paperback fiction now with only a couple of bookcases left to go this link takes you pictures of some of the As and Bs just to give you an idea of the size of the task https://plus.google.com/103118335852639233427/posts?banner=pwa
It was easier this time around as already most of the books were cheaper than Amazon et al, where the prices really seem to have crashed is pulp fiction, the books with a history of literary merit seem to holding their prices well, even most of those where the copyright has expired and the e-book or Kindle download is free.