Saying that, the Celtic Manor looks an eyesore
when driving down the M4 now after that dreadful work has finished.
Sandra Witter: "Would love to see them about, but unfortunately they'll just get stolen or vandalised!" A poll asking readers "Are visual eyesores
a price worth paying for life saving equipment?" saw 82 percent of our readers saying that yes, visual eyesores
are a price worth paying.
Dewsbury Forward has been formed by members of Dewsbury Chamber of Trade, Dewsbury Rotary Club and Dewsbury Market Traders' Association to press for town centre eyesores
to be cleaned up in anticipation of the new investment coming to town in 2018.
HOW long must we suffer the eyesore
on Linthorpe Road, the main thoroughfare of the town?
It has been an eyesore
for decades, thanks to fly-tipping, rubbish dumping and neglect.
As a member of volunteer groups trying to deal with coastal type issues, I am aware of the inputs of councillors, and council staff to remove eyesores
Environment Minister Alex Attwood said the work would also include enhancement of Derry's historic walls as well as tackling eyesores
close to the city centre.
It has become an eyesore
since its closure, but limiting my driving to my own locality because of age I have to defer to him regarding the order of eyesores
Talking about eyesores
, there are very many who believe that the Celtic Manor Resort - occupying the prominent position that it does - is more of an eyesore
than any dilapidated old farmhouse could ever be.
We will not stand back and allow property owners to ignore their responsibilities and impact on our neighbourhoods by allowing their premises to become eyesores
. Whenever necessary we are prepared to use legal avenues open to us to tackle problems.
Our history with such brownfield projects as The Watertown Arsenal, a former site that manufacturer ammunitions for the US Army in Massachusetts and Millennium, a former Alcoa paper plant in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania are examples of how cooperative relationships with state and local officials paved the way to convert local eyesores
into beautiful, tax-generating centers of activity.
I ENJOYED the Sunday Mercury article on Midland eyesores
. As regards nominations for the very worst, there are so many to choose from in Birmingham.
Since the council has put charges on items to be dumped the number of settees, old beds, tables and chairs making eyesores
to the district.
One of the reasons they were allowed to install these eyesores
I would imagine is that they created "local" jobs.
What are Gwynedd Council and more so Gwynedd councillors doing about these and other similar derelict eyesores
? Do any of them have the guts to let us know?