Monthly Archives: March 2014

Making those living next to parks and open spaces pay for them

Some while ago I wrote about Lewes District Council consulting on their plans to disaggregate the costs of running parks and open spaces and charging directly those who live closest and thus (according to the Council’s own logic) obtain the … Continue reading

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Ditchling Museum and Art Gallery at the weekend

Went to Ditchling Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday – Eric Gill and many, many more. I must read a lot more about this crowd. But thought I would just show you these: I quite fancy doing my kitchen extension … Continue reading

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Town Centre Blight is back from the 1960s, and is just rudeness.

One of the UK’s big supermarket chains has left this street in a town in Kent in a state of blight for at least 10 years whilst it decides when and how to build a new supermarket. Putting up some … Continue reading

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Silicon Roundabout doesn’t need Public Subsidy

I have said this before here in my Blog, but as Jack White says, it bears repeating: Silicon Roundabout at Old Steet is already a success and has lots of private sector property investment (old and new), and doesn’t need … Continue reading

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