Does anyone know anything about flat roofing? I was looking at the new development on the pleasurama site earlier today and something about the roof they are putting on it seemed a bit strange to me. It looks like it's going to be a single membrane on composite wooden boards and I don't understand how this could work right next to a public footpath.
In simple terms the first time a sharp object is thrown at it and damages the membrane the roof will leak.
Anyway todays photos further down, historic Pleasurama site photos, from the time it was a railway station first.
As I have said before my main concern about the Pleasurama or Royal Sands development is the cliff facade, different bits of it have collapsed at different times and the way things stand the cost of keeping it safe is to paid for out of our council tax.