@Mrs C As a matter of fact, no, I haven't seen the schedule of works for the above job. Please tell me exactly where one can find them, as I will be most grateful. Also, is there somewhere online? A link would be useful if there is.
At the current rate of progress, they will be there for a couple of months, unless they are just doing a certain section. Just look at Tucks Plot section, and youy can see how much needs to be cleared from there.
@Mrs C I believe one of the reasons as to why it wasnt built before, was that the lawn is designated as a flood plain. What happened to the money put by for it is anyone's guess.
I wonder how long it will take for them to start? Will probably have to have about 20 meetings to decide it. Also, when it is done, I hope that they will knock that monstrocity of a bandstand down and build one that we can be proud of.
@ Andy Horse Poo is Organic and totally different to dog stuff, plus, horse poo doesn't contain toxoplasmosis that can cause blindness.
Yes, I do visit the Warren & Bird Hide , while dodging the dog poo that hasn't been picked up. LOL.
Dog detector vans and SaS is a great idea. Soon get the little shi poo machines off the streets and make it safe to walk across a nice grassy field without having to look down all the time to see what you are treading in.
@DJ "responsible owners pick up after their dogs and make sure they aren't a nuisance" You are referring to the smallest of minority there, and I talk from personal experience.. As for the license fee, then those who really want a pet, wont mind paying for it. Simple.
@Mcjrpc Agreed, maybe some people do that, but you dont tread on it and spread it on your carpet.
@leatash . Well said. As for eating one, never tried it, but have had snails, frogs legs and horse, so would give it a try if I went to HK.