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On 20 Jul 2016 at 10:50am Pole wrote:
Does anyone know how long the scaff on the town hall is going to be there for? It must have been up for a year or so already I think.
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On 20 Jul 2016 at 4:06pm Juan Hoo Asked wrote:
It only seems that way - it went up in the middle of December as a safety feature as tiles were dropping into the street. This week the job to re-roof started - it had to wait for planning permission according to the Receptionist. assembly Rooms and Corn exchange both being done - a few weeks to complete
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On 20 Jul 2016 at 5:15pm Julio Inglesias wrote:
It will take forever and ever.
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On 20 Jul 2016 at 11:02pm Meldrew wrote:
Usual stuff. Council puts/gets up scaffolding on publically owned building. Has to be done just right. So many safety yellow bits so that ground-hugging dachshund doesn't get hurt. But of course that's how it should be. The difference is that this is paid for out of the Council Tax, so if it stays up for weeks, so what. Not forgetting the risk assessment, environmental impact etc. etc. It's the same reason that Southern Water and their contractors Cappagh Browne are allowed to take as long as they like to fix a sewer leak. "Job's worth" comes to mind.
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On 21 Jul 2016 at 12:52pm Juan Hoo Asked wrote:
when i owned a listed building i was told that not waiting for the proper permission was a criminal offence.
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On 21 Jul 2016 at 6:03pm Julio vs. Meldrew wrote:
6 thumbs down vs.2 thumbs down . For saying (singing) the same thing. Why ? Sadly I dooo believe it.


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