|Posted on Friday, 16 February, 2007 - 04:03 pm: |
I guess those of you who use the south circular and pass under the railway bridge at Forest Hill, will have noticed that works have commenced on the retaining wall, perpendular to the railway bridge. Does anyone know what they intend to do? Is this the beginning of the planned development that was submitted some months back? Or, are the council simply making safe, a wall that has always looked decided, skew-wiff?
|Posted on Friday, 16 February, 2007 - 07:50 pm: |
Don't know what they're doing, but I love that bit of wall - always reminds me of the seaside for some reason :)
|Posted on Monday, 19 February, 2007 - 09:37 am: |
I reported this wall as unsafe a long time ago. Perhaps they have finally got round to repairing it before it falls down.
|Posted on Monday, 19 February, 2007 - 12:01 pm: |
Nevermodern I'm unsure how it reminded you so much of the seaside? I can only imagine you had some sort of...'alternative' seaside experience.
I'm glad to see the back of it. It looked dangerous, and was an eyesore with all the rubbish and overgrowth. Passing the site this morning i noticed some type of property emerging from the rubbish. A bit of wall and window frame, could it be the lost property of FH?
|Posted on Monday, 19 February, 2007 - 12:14 pm: |
Talking of unsafe I have noticed a dodgy wall near Devonshire Rd end of Ewelme Rd. Keep thinking it will collaspe over payment. Tree has undermined it.
|Posted on Monday, 19 February, 2007 - 01:36 pm: |
Or the one on Honor Oak Rd where the new house is being built. Would be interesting to read the surveyors report when being sold.
|Posted on Thursday, 22 February, 2007 - 10:52 am: |
I was thinking of the wrong wall! I agree...not seasidey at all... hehe