Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Pleasurama update, TDC draft accounts and more progress with the painting of Ramsgate


First the pen and watercolour sketch of Ramsgate, which is coming along and is probably nearing completion.

The problem now is where next. I need to be able to sit on a comfortable chair with a coffee, from about 6am to about 9am, with a view in front of me, not too much likelihood of a van or lorry getting in the way, and the sun not in my eyes. This is actually much more difficult than you would imagine and I considering buying a clapped out campervan, so I can park make coffee and see over parked cars.

The Pleasurama development is mentioned in the newly published TDC draft accounts, (thanks Dave) here is the link to them http://thanet.gov.uk/media/2601234/Draft-Statement-of-Accounts-14-15-30-June-2015.pdf

This is what it says about the development:

"Royal Sands
The development agreement dated 2006 (and amended 2009) between the Council and developer SFP Ventures(UK) Ltd became the subject of legal dispute and as such the parties entered into a dispute resolution situation supported by independent legal advisors. This process led to the parties agreeing a new agreement for sale of the site, with the company SFP Ventures (UK) Ltd being bought out by Cardy Construction, but with the Council retaining performance monitoring and an Option agreement to purchase the site back should the owner trigger an event of default. The contracts for sale exchanged in March 2015, with completion to happen once the Council has undertaken some works which will commence in July 2015, completion is expected in early October 2015, after which the receipt achieved will be reported."  

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please note comments that may be libellous, comments that may be construed as offensive, anonymous derogatory comments about real people, comments baiting internet trolls, comments saying that an anonymous comment was made by a named real person, boring comments and spam comments, comments in CAPs will be deleted. Playground stuff like calling real people by their time stamp or surname alone, referring to groups as gangs, old duffers and so on will result in deletion. Comment that may be construed as offensive to minority groups is not allowed here either, so think before you write it, remember that the internet is a public place, that it is very difficult to be truly anonymous and that everyone who uses it leaves a trail of some sort. Also note the facility to leave anonymous comment will be turned of during periods when I am unable to monitor comment, this will not affect people commenting who are signed on to their blogger accounts. When things are particularly difficult on the commercial spam front I may turn comment moderation on for periods.

If you feel that someone has left a comment that is offensive and directed at you personally please email me (link on the sidebar) asking to have it removed, you will need to tell which post and the date and timestamp of the offending comment. Please do not reply to the offending comment as I will assume you continuing the dialogue as meaning that you want the comments left there.