@leatash .......bully for you!
I didn't hear a thing slept like a log went to bed at 2330 woke at 0900 this morning spring cleaned the flat now a couple of hours on the PS4.
So, no work on the construction of the wall during the day yesterday but come midnight the horrendous drilling started and was still going on at 1am! Why? Today, tide going out, no one working on the wall but tonight you can safely bet that they will be back drilling again so no one on Marine Parade can sleep! It really is perverse!
The photos posted on facebook clearly showing the difference if any between the new and old wall against a medium high tide driven by an easterly wind certainly are not indicating £30 million pounds of improvement. The water is still topping the new wall onto the railway line and Marine parade.
Time and storms will tell!
I to live opposite i think the clue is in the word RESILIENT.
Perhaps you and I are looking at different walls! Have you been watching the stormy waves today lashing over the new wall? I have as I live opposite. As I said, perhaps the finished article will make a difference but based on today's evidence it hasn't made an appreciable difference so far.
They should not have spent nearly £20 million on that knackered out of date newton abbot shopping centre. seems par for the course with local councils down here wasting money on fruitless projects.
Margaret of course it's made a difference there's now a metre of concrete and steel between the sea and the line it's made the wall and line RESILIENT.
Well looking at the storm this morning I can tell you it has not made a jot of difference so far. Perhaps the finished article may do so but I won't hold my breath in anticipation.