Wednesday, 16 April 2014

More constructive thinking

See the Westmorland Gazette

Houses should be built in place of proposed Ulverston supermarket

Well done Dr Richard Rowlett backed by Councillor Jane Harris at the recent town council meeting. (No, what happens there isn't all negative but what's the chance of this kind of initiative being taken seriously by sleepy Ulverston?)

What Ulverston desperate needs is accommodation for those requiring a small space in which to live in moderate comfort close to the town centre thus minimising transport costs and inconvenience.  A need particularly appreciated by retired older people and by young people setting up for themselves away from home for the first time. Families are being catered for by new build like that created by Persimmons in Union Lane but there is a great need by the above age groups.

People like the above would then boost the use of the existing shops in the town. A win-win situation!

1 comment:

Geoff Dellow said...

Dear anonymous,
You're wasting your time. You won't ever get published here now if you don't give your name and supply me with your phone number so that I can talk to you and check that you're real.

I'm fed up with cowards that snipe at others when they haven't got the guts to identify themselves - as I do and as others do.

Sorry mate - the rules have changed read the requirements more carefully when you try to make a comment!

Internet louts are not welcome any longer. I used to publish your comments just to show the world what kind of people lived here in Ulverston. As you represent less than 1% of those living here why allow you to say anything when all you want to do is whinge and whine in a way that no one knows who you are?