Thursday, 15 February 2018
Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Thursday, 8 February 2018
Wednesday, 7 February 2018
Money was given for it's restoration and for it to be leased as a Hotel! Now the council have apparently claimed that it's not viable so it's going to be going for houses. The Hall is of course a Grade II Listed building so where are all the houses going to be built? So much for Colwyn Bay moving forward, this Hall restored would make a great hotel, so why not sell it? So where has all the money gone for it's restoration?????????? Anyone out there have any ideas?
Oh what a tragedy! A little birdy tells us from the Bowels of the council that problems have arisen with the new Carbuncle offices! Not only has it gone over budget by 20 thousand plus there are now structural problems with the roof! Apparently all of the Steel Girders on the roof are out by 75 mils!
This means it's going to cost an awful lot more to put this problem right! Well initially there was money to build this Carbuncle and restore the civic for a hotel, now the money has gone, the civic plan has been scrapped and I wonder who will pick up the tab for this incompetence? Why the tax payer of course, more cut backs, Our bin collection will be dropped to once a year now to pay for this!
Monday, 5 February 2018
Sorry we don't have any pictures of the fire damage but the roof has gone, we will try to get someone over there to photograph it. Saly this historic publicly build Hospital was to be demolished for a block of Social Housing Flats. The awful thing is that it was a major fire and it didn't even make the news or headlines! It goes to show you how rough Llandudno is getting when arson is no longer Newsworthy! Even though the fire might have endangered human life!
The AA has described figures for Wales as 'truly shocking' and urged motorists to use Park Mark member facilities
Llandudno....Scrap metal, fishing nets and lobster pots threaten wildlife on Great Orme..and don't forget the Drug Needles!
Not so "Great " Orme is it these days!
The Llandudno beauty spot is home to species and habitats considered to be under threat in Europe
In Colwyn Bay the other day the council failed to empty someones bin, so they just tipped it up and emptied it on the street! Can't say I blame them, after all we are paying for the service, yet the council see oblivious for the contempt people have for monthly bin collections. Iv'e got a feeling there are going to be major problems!