Yes plaster was up significantly, but I was reading a publication from G&T yesterday who expect construction contracts to be 1-1.5% cheaper to the end of 21 and then back to pre-Covid levels in 22 before a1% increase in 23.Materials are through the roof atm
Quick example, bags of multi finish plaster were going for up to £50 a bag recently.
Usually about a fiver a bag, but yeah, materials are dead cheap atm
Talking utter bile those lot... area in complete disrepair and they don't want regeneration, they'd be happy for no progress ever.
allowed a sewage treatment plant, some eyesores on the waterfrontyet they’d be sound leaving an area in disrepair? Yeah, okay? Lol
there’s a filled in dock not half a mile away from BMD. They just want to be noticed and sound relevantRead the Historic Britain statement and it would appear that their major objection is to the dock being filled in.
Surely they should have made it clear from the start that they would ask for any non-aquatic based development to be called in which would have given us the time to build a large stadium sized boat, reposition protected buildings, knock down seaward wall and reinstate to original.
Love the bit where they allude to residential developments having been approved - houseboats perhaps?
This ^Historic England can get in the bin. Who gives a toss what those cardigan wearing nonentities think.
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