Richard Scase Podcast: Episode 8 – Looking forward to Canterbury becoming a totally pedestrianised city centre; why CCC did well to reject the Graffiti Wall proposal; and why Canterbury Football Club needs an accessible, permanent home

Richard Scase Podcast: Episode 8 – Looking forward to Canterbury becoming a totally pedestrianised city centre; why CCC did well to reject the Graffiti Wall proposal; and why Canterbury Football Club needs an accessible, permanent home
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  1. On a pedestrianised city centre: please make sure that there is good parking available for Blue Badge holders so that the less mobile can access the city centre,

    • Mary,
      You are absolutely right. It is important that CS puts pressure on the Council to make this happens.
      Best regards to Peter.
      Richard

  2. after the council spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on bollards i still see cars vans and lorrys driving through the high street at lunch times when if ever will the council start using the bollards they should of been in operation last year.

  3. Think you misunderstood the Grafiitt wall proposal. The permission wall was a strategy that was about engaging with young people and the creativity community to work alongside the council and other organisations. With the support of mentors and established artist it would create a safe / legal environment that can be monitored and reviewed. As you said yourself the issue has gotten worst , so unless we address it at the root; the problem is not going to get solved.
    A inclusive strategy is the key that enables change.

  4. If this means that my wall adjacent to the road doesn’t get sprayed to the cost of £1,000 to have it removed (needs special treatment because of the old bricks and morter) then I am in favour. But I remain unconvinced and stick to the points i made in my podcast.
    I trust you are keeping well- keep up the good work you are doing in St Stephens.
    Best wishes,
    Richard

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