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5 comments:

  1. DRD, 12. July 2019, 21:41

    How can it take more than a year to make a decision. In the meantime, Civic Square is languishing in the doldrums.

     
  2. Mary M, 13. July 2019, 11:15

    The Library is clearly not a priority for the Council. Buildings and houses will not ” perform well” in the event of a major earthquake, it does not mean we should all demolish all our homes or not use the buildings “fit for purpose”. To me not getting earthquake advice from geologists is a big mistake. A year to make a decision? Seriously it’s completely nuts in my opinion.

     
  3. Henry Filth, 13. July 2019, 20:39

    I take some small consolation from the UK government’s thirty-year process about how to decide whether to build another runway at Heathrow. But it is a very little small consolation.

     
  4. Traveller, 13. July 2019, 22:04

    It took the WCC seven years before it started strengthening the Town Hall. So you should keep your expectations low …

     
  5. Ed, 15. July 2019, 20:58

    It is a big building – spending the time to get the right engineering and architectural advice could give us a better building at lower cost. Expect it to be 2 to 3 years before work starts.