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Re: World-beating test and trace system Thu Aug 20, 2020 4:57 pm  

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little wayne69 wrote:
You still haven't mentioned in your capacity as a town planner what you would have planned for the land allotted to the trinity walk scheme, as for building a new ground for trinity, that was pure sarcasm btw.


Not sure what would have been the best thing for the land that Trinity Walk now occupies but, town planning in Wakefield has been awful.
The debacle over the old indoor and outdoor market, which were basic but, functional, replaced by a failed "indoor market" and with market stalls now lining the old precinct - once the pride of the city centre but, now, an eyesore.
If I'm honest, it's hard to remember what occupied the land where Trinity Walk now stands.
Some of it was the outside market but, I cant picture the rest.

The one certainty is that the City centre is badly lacking any cohesion and the ridings, once the jewel in the crown, is now a glorified jumble sale (Trinity shop of course, excluded :D ).

We could go on and discuss the old Clayton hospital site.

The hospital closed in 2012 and has fallen further and further into disrepair.
I understand that at some point it will be developed jointly as part of WGHS and QEGS but, for almost 10 years, it's been an absolute mess.

On the plus side, the area around Wakefield College and the new History Centre are coming on nicely, so, it's not all bad. :D
Re: World-beating test and trace system Thu Aug 20, 2020 5:13 pm  
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wrencat1873 wrote:
Not sure what would have been the best thing for the land that Trinity Walk now occupies but, town planning in Wakefield has been awful.
The debacle over the old indoor and outdoor market, which were basic but, functional, replaced by a failed "indoor market" and with market stalls now lining the old precinct - once the pride of the city centre but, now, an eyesore.
If I'm honest, it's hard to remember what occupied the land where Trinity Walk now stands.
Some of it was the outside market but, I cant picture the rest.

The one certainty is that the City centre is badly lacking any cohesion and the ridings, once the jewel in the crown, is now a glorified jumble sale (Trinity shop of course, excluded :D ).

We could go on and discuss the old Clayton hospital site.

The hospital closed in 2012 and has fallen further and further into disrepair.
I understand that at some point it will be developed jointly as part of WGHS and QEGS but, for almost 10 years, it's been an absolute mess.

The brunswick hotel, the indoor market and outdoor market at the back of it levelled with the new market rebuilt where it is now, the fish market, Joe Shaws waltzer and the road that ran round it onto the top of Jacobs Well lane, all lovingly destroyed by the Labour council, so like it or lump it, it would seem that it's all down to the controlling labour party, just as an aside i wonder what the thoughts of tovaritch Pimpernel and his batman wilzay are on the subject :D
Re: World-beating test and trace system Thu Aug 20, 2020 6:27 pm  
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I am a proud socialist and can keep my head high, I will leave it to the likes of you who are Johnson apologist for all his failures to explain to the families of those that died unnecessarily, and those children who had their futures thrown into doubt. We will be having more enquires to fill a fridge and they haven’t gone a full year.
I would rather have a Labour council than a Conservative one that have been known to run things so well that they have to declare bankruptcy, how did that go for the services in their areas.
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Re: World-beating test and trace system Thu Aug 20, 2020 9:40 pm  

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You can always rely on the tories for the “Grandest of Sh1tshows” :D
Re: World-beating test and trace system Fri Aug 21, 2020 7:28 am  
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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
I am a proud socialist and can keep my head high, I will leave it to the likes of you who are Johnson apologist for all his failures to explain to the families of those that died unnecessarily, and those children who had their futures thrown into doubt. We will be having more enquires to fill a fridge and they haven’t gone a full year.
I would rather have a Labour council than a Conservative one that have been known to run things so well that they have to declare bankruptcy, how did that go for the services in their areas.

If that's a dig at me tovarisch pimpernel I am sticking up for your local labour council against another card carrying mate of yours that does not seem to agree with you vis a vie your all singing and dancing labour council, the very same one who you kept slagging off when they wouldn't build a new ground for the club, didn't hear much tub thumping for them then, hate to keep bringing this up though, what was your thoughts on the Tories when they let you buy your council house on Eastmoor?
Re: World-beating test and trace system Fri Aug 21, 2020 7:52 am  

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little wayne69 wrote:
If that's a dig at me tovarisch pimpernel I am sticking up for your local labour council against another card carrying mate of yours that does not seem to agree with you vis a vie your all singing and dancing labour council, the very same one who you kept slagging off when they wouldn't build a new ground for the club, didn't hear much tub thumping for them then, hate to keep bringing this up though, what was your thoughts on the Tories when they let you buy your council house on Eastmoor?


The only card that I carry is my bank card, unless it's your birthday :D

I note that UK debt has now passed £2 trillion.
It does beg the question whether the butchering of local services and 10+ years of austerity were actually neccessary.
On the basis that apparently we're not going back to Austerity to clear down, the new,, much larger debt. maybe there could and should have been a different strategy ?
Re: World-beating test and trace system Fri Aug 21, 2020 9:30 am  

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little wayne69 wrote:
If that's a dig at me tovarisch pimpernel I am sticking up for your local labour council against another card carrying mate of yours that does not seem to agree with you vis a vie your all singing and dancing labour council, the very same one who you kept slagging off when they wouldn't build a new ground for the club, didn't hear much tub thumping for them then, hate to keep bringing this up though, what was your thoughts on the Tories when they let you buy your council house on Eastmoor?


He paid full market price and asked for the discount due to be shared equally among all the residents of estate.
I remember it well,my Mum got credited with 16p on her rent book.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Re: World-beating test and trace system Fri Aug 21, 2020 12:01 pm  
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I guess your information is wrong because I have never stated anything negative about the council nor did I buy my house from the council. I would give up the idea of that detective agency because you are just not up to the job.
Re: World-beating test and trace system Fri Aug 21, 2020 1:01 pm  
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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
I guess your information is wrong because I have never stated anything negative about the council nor did I buy my house from the council. I would give up the idea of that detective agency because you are just not up to the job.

You'll be telling us next your not a retired second hand car salesman, or that you didn't wear that hideous Bernie Clifton outfit every year down at Brentford when we played the bronco's.
Re: World-beating test and trace system Fri Aug 21, 2020 1:05 pm  
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You are correct, I am definitely not a second hand car dealer and have never been to Brentford. I did go to Fulham when we played them in the cup thanks to an excellent Smith try.
If you knew me you would know I am not a person who would dress up other than a dinner suit when required.
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