A credit to the development
I WAS pleased to find that at last it looks as if we will be able to once again walk round Knightstone Island. Last week when crossing the causeway by the side of the Marine Lake I discovered the barriers
I WAS pleased to find that at last it looks as if we will be able to once again walk round Knightstone Island.
Last week when crossing the causeway by the side of the Marine Lake I discovered the barriers blocking the stairway leading up to the old Knightstone Baths had been removed. I ventured up the steps and on reaching the top I found workmen were resurfacing the pathway going around the island. The new floor covering was a credit to the development, they were almost finished and I assume we will soon have complete access.
I wondered if this work was by the council or was it Redrow finishing off the site. Is the development now complete and if so, will North Somerset be receiving their 50 per cent share of the profits made on this development?
I was told several years ago the council was in partnership with Redrow on a 50/50 shares basis on the profits they made.
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LAURENCE F ORME - Shrubbery Avenue, Weston
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