My dad does computer MOTs as you put it for £40 😊
So if the play park is approved, how and by what method will it be funded. Are councillors asking that question now, if not why not?
Alterations to the Strand a magic formula, the cycle path a magic formula, you havent missed anything Lynne i dont believe there are any answer to revitalising town centres. Amazon are building a new warehouse system just of the motorway at Bristol and a new motorway junction to service it there are no High Streets that can compete with that amount of investment.
There is now a thread running on Eyes of Dawlish discussion fb about this matter and the town council meeting last night. If you can access the thread you might want to take a look. We hear a lot about town centres, across the country, becoming run down/having empty shops and the like. Why this is may be due to various factors but no doubt online shopping and out of town shopping malls with ...
The playpark - costs To state the obvious this will depend on how big and what equipment it would have but to give an idea; Play equipment lasts about 10 years. It also has to be maintained, repaired etc. The previous large playpark design was costed at £250,000. So to use that £250,000 figure: Approx cost for annual maintenance: £5,000 (=£50,000 over ten year period) ...
Disgusting, and people still support charities. If they want something, give it to them but not by way of money donations. I have supported RSPCA, Mare & Foal, Cats Protection League ETC, ETC. By dropping off food. Simple!!!!!
CEO of Cancer Research Harpel Kumar £240,000 CEO of Amnesty International Salil Shaty £210,000 And it alleged the Ceo of UNISEF recieves $1,200,000 plus the use of a Rolls Royse and a expense a/c rumoured to be $150,000.
Environmental charity ClientEarth received nearly £1m worth of funding from the Department for International Development last year, and the hike to £232,000 now makes chief executive James Thornton one of the highest paid bosses in the voluntary sector. His salary is greater than that of the heads of RSPCA, Macmillan Cancer Support and the NSPCC, prompting fury from Former International ...
I recall someone suggesting the Lawn should be a store like Waitrose with parking on the roof ..that would bring people to the town and could be a saviour to the small shops...as parking would be free!. Having said that I guess you cant build on the lawn becasue of sea level issues.
I seem to remember the Strand cost 1.2 million another waste of money was it not to be the saviour for the town.