A 33-storey ‘sports tower’ and a seven star seagull shaped hotel: Eddie Mitchell unveils his vision for Sandbanks

Bournemouth Echo: A 33-storey ‘sports tower’ and a seven star seagull shaped hotel: Eddie Mitchell unveils his vision for Sandbanks A 33-storey ‘sports tower’ and a seven star seagull shaped hotel: Eddie Mitchell unveils his vision for Sandbanks

PROPERTY developer and former Cherries chairman Eddie Mitchell has unveiled his ambitious vision for the future of Sandbanks, which include an imposing 33-storey ‘sports tower’.

Mr Mitchell made his name building homes on the Poole peninsula, which is now synonymous with luxury properties and the multi-millionaire lifestyle.

He hopes his vision could help finance vital maritime defences to stop parts of Sandbanks from succumbing to the sea.

Bournemouth Echo:

The centrepiece of his proposals, which by his own admission are “thoughts only” and will not be formally submitted to Borough of Poole’s planning department, is the tower, where visitors could abseil, rock climb, zip wire and bungy jump from.

Also included is a seven star hotel shaped like a seagull, restaurants, casinos, shops, a helicopter landing pad and luxury apartments.

Mr Mitchell, said: “I first took up residence with my family 20 years ago, in 1994, and have watched and experienced each winter since.

“It is apparent to me that if conditions continue as they are and worsen as expected, then the promenade and Banks Road will need a considerable amount of money spent on them in order to keep Sandbanks accessible by road.

“Where private houses now face the channel, they will be forced to protect their homes. But where footpaths and roads continuously flood and services overflow, then pressure will be brought upon the borough.

“My vision sets out a unique set of buildings and facilities, forgetting the design and layout as no doubt these could be debated over for many years to come.”

Other significant aspects in his proposals include an underground car park, using new technologies, replacing Sandbanks car park, a large open air swimming pool, a floating marina, an aquarium and an open air theatre.

Bournemouth Echo:

Mr Mitchell said: “What will happen and where I will be when it does, who knows?

“I do know that I felt compelled to put my thoughts, my vision, on paper.

“They are thoughts only.”

Borough of Poole planning and regeneration manager Richard Genge said: “This is the first time we have seen images of Mr Mitchell’s vision.

“The council has not received a planning application and as such we are unable to comment on these proposals

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5:50am Tue 15 Jul 14

Tango Charlie says...

Hardly in keeping with the natural beauty of the area. But remove the tower and put it on the harbour side, then I'd vote for it.
Hardly in keeping with the natural beauty of the area. But remove the tower and put it on the harbour side, then I'd vote for it. Tango Charlie
  • Score: 25

6:12am Tue 15 Jul 14

billy bumble says...

Tosser football club owner and a tosser developer

Never seen anything so tasteless in my life
Tosser football club owner and a tosser developer Never seen anything so tasteless in my life billy bumble
  • Score: 153

6:21am Tue 15 Jul 14

kalebmoledirt says...

Visionary but forgot to mention extendind the duel carriage way from Frizell round to Branksome along the prom up to the Haven to take the lorries building it And the tourist who want to mix Russian Oligots and other dodgy billionaire s did he also forget to mention the ice rink
Visionary but forgot to mention extendind the duel carriage way from Frizell round to Branksome along the prom up to the Haven to take the lorries building it And the tourist who want to mix Russian Oligots and other dodgy billionaire s did he also forget to mention the ice rink kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 39

6:40am Tue 15 Jul 14

neilf2006 says...

April 1st I assume ?
April 1st I assume ? neilf2006
  • Score: 69

6:45am Tue 15 Jul 14

cheeriedriteup says...

It's only thought because the muppet gas run out of money , hence his own house is on the market
It's only thought because the muppet gas run out of money , hence his own house is on the market cheeriedriteup
  • Score: 77

7:02am Tue 15 Jul 14

goatty says...

Will he stop at nothing to get his name in the paper. Total waste of space in the paper. Should the reporter be asking why he is doing this as he has no money and the house is up for sale and the Banks are moving in!! Lets all remember this is the man that thought he could erect decking with no planning, booted out as Chairman of AFC and has bankrupted so many companies its embarrassing and yet the Echo hover round him like does around ....
Will he stop at nothing to get his name in the paper. Total waste of space in the paper. Should the reporter be asking why he is doing this as he has no money and the house is up for sale and the Banks are moving in!! Lets all remember this is the man that thought he could erect decking with no planning, booted out as Chairman of AFC and has bankrupted so many companies its embarrassing and yet the Echo hover round him like does around .... goatty
  • Score: 103

7:04am Tue 15 Jul 14

kalebmoledirt says...

As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 28

7:09am Tue 15 Jul 14

hamworthygirl says...

Good grief just awful
Good grief just awful hamworthygirl
  • Score: 66

7:09am Tue 15 Jul 14

DXB081 says...

Nothing new here...Mr. Mitchell has been vacationing in Dubai for too long & this is not 'his' vision. Sandbanks is a naturally beautiful place & any plans submitted in the future should be asthetically in keeping with it's natural environment & not a plastic playground.
Nothing new here...Mr. Mitchell has been vacationing in Dubai for too long & this is not 'his' vision. Sandbanks is a naturally beautiful place & any plans submitted in the future should be asthetically in keeping with it's natural environment & not a plastic playground. DXB081
  • Score: 100

7:09am Tue 15 Jul 14

Baysider says...

That's rubbish Eddie. Where am I suppose to park my hovercar?
That's rubbish Eddie. Where am I suppose to park my hovercar? Baysider
  • Score: 23

7:17am Tue 15 Jul 14

Lord Spring says...

Seven !! give me Len Goodman any day.
Seven !! give me Len Goodman any day. Lord Spring
  • Score: 2

7:35am Tue 15 Jul 14

Ophilum says...

Total yuk what with wind farms and this dire muck where has all the brains fled to it sure is not in sandbanks.
Total yuk what with wind farms and this dire muck where has all the brains fled to it sure is not in sandbanks. Ophilum
  • Score: 10

7:46am Tue 15 Jul 14

nickynoodah says...

Was Eddie the eagle
now Eddie the seagull
you know it is
Was Eddie the eagle now Eddie the seagull you know it is nickynoodah
  • Score: 19

7:57am Tue 15 Jul 14

Townee says...

NIMBY's would not allow this to spoil their view.
NIMBY's would not allow this to spoil their view. Townee
  • Score: 9

8:07am Tue 15 Jul 14

B.F.G says...

I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen. B.F.G
  • Score: -57

8:21am Tue 15 Jul 14

60plus says...

Me thinks he should move to Dubai if he likes that sort of thing.
Me thinks he should move to Dubai if he likes that sort of thing. 60plus
  • Score: 50

8:22am Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there. Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 41

8:34am Tue 15 Jul 14

BarrHumbug says...

Nice one Eddie, so you plan to build a hotel, private apartments and a marina on the only public land left on sandbanks, the car park and promenade, not for your own gain of coarse but for the publics benefit so they can still walk along the pavements and drive along the road as long as they don't dare to stop? Why don't you go the whole hog and install barriers by the Tesco and turn it into a gated community for the rich and absent?
Nice one Eddie, so you plan to build a hotel, private apartments and a marina on the only public land left on sandbanks, the car park and promenade, not for your own gain of coarse but for the publics benefit so they can still walk along the pavements and drive along the road as long as they don't dare to stop? Why don't you go the whole hog and install barriers by the Tesco and turn it into a gated community for the rich and absent? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 46

8:56am Tue 15 Jul 14

Dog walker22 says...

Must be 1st April?
Must be 1st April? Dog walker22
  • Score: 14

8:59am Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

B.F.G wrote:
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.
[quote][p][bold]B.F.G[/bold] wrote: I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.[/p][/quote]I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about. FerryFan
  • Score: 27

9:02am Tue 15 Jul 14

Redgolfer says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates.
Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public.
If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''. Redgolfer
  • Score: -1

9:08am Tue 15 Jul 14

nickynoodah says...

oh no not ukip+logic in the same sentence
you trying to be funny or what George.
oh no not ukip+logic in the same sentence you trying to be funny or what George. nickynoodah
  • Score: -1

9:15am Tue 15 Jul 14

Lew Swimmin says...

Bournemouth Echo, the publicity division of Eddie Mitchell Enterprises
Bournemouth Echo, the publicity division of Eddie Mitchell Enterprises Lew Swimmin
  • Score: 28

9:19am Tue 15 Jul 14

rich53 says...

Stupid man!
Stupid man! rich53
  • Score: 23

9:27am Tue 15 Jul 14

hamworthygirl says...

FerryFan wrote:
B.F.G wrote:
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.
Well said, if working hard for over 40 years and still job hunting as i dont get my pension for another 5 years is being uneducated and unwashed then thats me. Im not impressed by money whether its handed down or made by hard work, its all about class, manners and consideration for others.
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B.F.G[/bold] wrote: I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.[/p][/quote]I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.[/p][/quote]Well said, if working hard for over 40 years and still job hunting as i dont get my pension for another 5 years is being uneducated and unwashed then thats me. Im not impressed by money whether its handed down or made by hard work, its all about class, manners and consideration for others. hamworthygirl
  • Score: 36

9:34am Tue 15 Jul 14

Adrian XX says...

If it keeps the oiks of the beach it gets my vote.
If it keeps the oiks of the beach it gets my vote. Adrian XX
  • Score: -10

9:37am Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates.
Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public.
If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell.

That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
[quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't. Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 17

9:43am Tue 15 Jul 14

folkprotector says...

NO! NO! NO!
NO! NO! NO! folkprotector
  • Score: 15

9:44am Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

Lew Swimmin wrote:
Bournemouth Echo, the publicity division of Eddie Mitchell Enterprises
I don't actually think the Echo do this to promote the man, they do it to try and ridicule him in someway, just look at the wording "imposing 33-storey sports tower"
[quote][p][bold]Lew Swimmin[/bold] wrote: Bournemouth Echo, the publicity division of Eddie Mitchell Enterprises[/p][/quote]I don't actually think the Echo do this to promote the man, they do it to try and ridicule him in someway, just look at the wording "imposing 33-storey sports tower" Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 0

9:47am Tue 15 Jul 14

The-Bleeding-Obvious says...

This man clearly sees Poole bay as the UKs equivalent of the Persian Gulf, first he needs to come up with some 'thoughts' on a scheme that will control the weather.
This man clearly sees Poole bay as the UKs equivalent of the Persian Gulf, first he needs to come up with some 'thoughts' on a scheme that will control the weather. The-Bleeding-Obvious
  • Score: 7

9:52am Tue 15 Jul 14

politicaltrainspotter says...

Will it spoil 'Wellsy's' view ? Hope so.
Will it spoil 'Wellsy's' view ? Hope so. politicaltrainspotter
  • Score: 6

9:56am Tue 15 Jul 14

BmthNewshound says...

This is Sandbanks here not Dubai. If it isn't bad enough that Mitchell has already ruined the character of the area with his tacky property developments he now wants to ruin the areas natural beauty. There is nothing wrong with progress but I think the obsession of property developers in Bournemouth and Poole to litter the area with inappropriate developments is in danger of ruining the area for this and future generations.
This is Sandbanks here not Dubai. If it isn't bad enough that Mitchell has already ruined the character of the area with his tacky property developments he now wants to ruin the areas natural beauty. There is nothing wrong with progress but I think the obsession of property developers in Bournemouth and Poole to litter the area with inappropriate developments is in danger of ruining the area for this and future generations. BmthNewshound
  • Score: 37

9:57am Tue 15 Jul 14

Izeze says...

Aaaw HELL NO!
Aaaw HELL NO! Izeze
  • Score: 12

10:05am Tue 15 Jul 14

Ragwin says...

He clearly only visits Sandbanks during the summer and is not familiar with the behaviour of the sea during the winter months.
He clearly only visits Sandbanks during the summer and is not familiar with the behaviour of the sea during the winter months. Ragwin
  • Score: 11

10:10am Tue 15 Jul 14

DXB081 says...

To the B.F.G quote - you need to be I receipt of the facts before passing judgement on those who comment.
To the B.F.G quote - you need to be I receipt of the facts before passing judgement on those who comment. DXB081
  • Score: 1

10:18am Tue 15 Jul 14

billy bumble says...

B.F.G wrote:
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
Your lack of taste is surpassed only by your arrogance
[quote][p][bold]B.F.G[/bold] wrote: I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.[/p][/quote]Your lack of taste is surpassed only by your arrogance billy bumble
  • Score: 12

10:20am Tue 15 Jul 14

Andy (Wimborne) says...

Ha Ha.......is he trying to create a "Tracey Island" with him off in Thunderbird 2 to rescue ailing football clubs?
Ha Ha.......is he trying to create a "Tracey Island" with him off in Thunderbird 2 to rescue ailing football clubs? Andy (Wimborne)
  • Score: 6

10:25am Tue 15 Jul 14

nosuchluck54 says...

rich53 wrote:
Stupid man!
That comment has to be inline for the golden boot award for the most untrue comment of the year lmfao
[quote][p][bold]rich53[/bold] wrote: Stupid man![/p][/quote]That comment has to be inline for the golden boot award for the most untrue comment of the year lmfao nosuchluck54
  • Score: -10

10:31am Tue 15 Jul 14

BarneyWainwright says...

I expect they'll put up the road tax to pay for this. It doesn't even look like a seagull. Phil Mitchell should get back to running The Arches and leave Poole alone
I expect they'll put up the road tax to pay for this. It doesn't even look like a seagull. Phil Mitchell should get back to running The Arches and leave Poole alone BarneyWainwright
  • Score: 0

10:34am Tue 15 Jul 14

hadvar says...

... which by his own admission are “thoughts only” and will not be formally submitted to Borough of Poole’s planning department.....

So what the bejueezus is this doing as the top story on the site today? The doodlings of a fantasist with massive, 20 storey question marks over his past and a reputation for making himself look a bit of a prat in public?

Once upon a time this used to be a newspaper. Hang your head in shame editorial people.....
... which by his own admission are “thoughts only” and will not be formally submitted to Borough of Poole’s planning department..... So what the bejueezus is this doing as the top story on the site today? The doodlings of a fantasist with massive, 20 storey question marks over his past and a reputation for making himself look a bit of a prat in public? Once upon a time this used to be a newspaper. Hang your head in shame editorial people..... hadvar
  • Score: 19

10:35am Tue 15 Jul 14

bobsworthforever says...

Calm down dears he probably only wants a 22 storey sports tower and a hotel the sizeof a small oyster catcher anyway funding could be a bit difficult
Calm down dears he probably only wants a 22 storey sports tower and a hotel the sizeof a small oyster catcher anyway funding could be a bit difficult bobsworthforever
  • Score: -1

10:35am Tue 15 Jul 14

In Absentia says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise.

The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff. In Absentia
  • Score: 6

10:54am Tue 15 Jul 14

dorsetgills says...

Listen to all you moan it isn't the right thing for sandbanks but creating an island like those in Dubai help settle the shifting sands and stop costal erosion which is a good idea in the long run. No marina either there's far to many in Poole too!!!
Listen to all you moan it isn't the right thing for sandbanks but creating an island like those in Dubai help settle the shifting sands and stop costal erosion which is a good idea in the long run. No marina either there's far to many in Poole too!!! dorsetgills
  • Score: 3

11:06am Tue 15 Jul 14

inteligentlady2 says...

I don't understand? The article says it's only an idea. I'd prefer it to be dolphin shaped. If only they would employ someone with a bit of imagination. I've got loads of time on my hands, I could definately do it...and here's the job centre telling me I should go for a job at Boots. Ha!
I don't understand? The article says it's only an idea. I'd prefer it to be dolphin shaped. If only they would employ someone with a bit of imagination. I've got loads of time on my hands, I could definately do it...and here's the job centre telling me I should go for a job at Boots. Ha! inteligentlady2
  • Score: 7

11:10am Tue 15 Jul 14

Echo & the Funnymen says...

And in 20 years time Bobby Mckay Kay can convert it into offices to rent out! Bring it on!
And in 20 years time Bobby Mckay Kay can convert it into offices to rent out! Bring it on! Echo & the Funnymen
  • Score: 2

11:20am Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise.

The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
[quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance? Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 1

11:23am Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

inteligentlady2 wrote:
I don't understand? The article says it's only an idea. I'd prefer it to be dolphin shaped. If only they would employ someone with a bit of imagination. I've got loads of time on my hands, I could definately do it...and here's the job centre telling me I should go for a job at Boots. Ha!
The amusing thing is, if this was put forward by some sixth former at School, I suspect that many here ridiculing it because its Eddie Mitchell would be saying what a wonderful idea it was.
[quote][p][bold]inteligentlady2[/bold] wrote: I don't understand? The article says it's only an idea. I'd prefer it to be dolphin shaped. If only they would employ someone with a bit of imagination. I've got loads of time on my hands, I could definately do it...and here's the job centre telling me I should go for a job at Boots. Ha![/p][/quote]The amusing thing is, if this was put forward by some sixth former at School, I suspect that many here ridiculing it because its Eddie Mitchell would be saying what a wonderful idea it was. Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 6

11:29am Tue 15 Jul 14

afcb-mark says...

Had he just stumbled out of Cafe Shore when he had this 'vision'!
Had he just stumbled out of Cafe Shore when he had this 'vision'! afcb-mark
  • Score: 9

11:45am Tue 15 Jul 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Just get on and build it Edd 5, you could have it knocked up by Christmas.
Then apply for retrospective planning permission, have it declined, knock it all down, go bankrupt again leaving contractors unpaid as usual, then hit the bottle for a few weeks then reinvent yourself with a new company, maybe call it '8' or '9' or '13' and let the fun commence again.


I must say, i thought nickdoodahs eddie the eagle now eddie the seagulls comment was very good.
Just get on and build it Edd 5, you could have it knocked up by Christmas. Then apply for retrospective planning permission, have it declined, knock it all down, go bankrupt again leaving contractors unpaid as usual, then hit the bottle for a few weeks then reinvent yourself with a new company, maybe call it '8' or '9' or '13' and let the fun commence again. I must say, i thought nickdoodahs eddie the eagle now eddie the seagulls comment was very good. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 12

11:54am Tue 15 Jul 14

simong says...

Personally I quite like it and what's wrong with thinking 'outside of the box'.
Love him or loathe him he at least puts himself out there and does have the ability to get things done.
Personally I quite like it and what's wrong with thinking 'outside of the box'. Love him or loathe him he at least puts himself out there and does have the ability to get things done. simong
  • Score: -11

11:56am Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :) retry69
  • Score: -7

12:05pm Tue 15 Jul 14

In Absentia says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?[/p][/quote]The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative. In Absentia
  • Score: 3

12:07pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Ink123 says...

Stupid stupid stupid idea all for the rich again there's enough eye sores being built on sandbanks as it is why ruin it even more like billy bumble said a tosser football club owner and a tosser developer never heard anything so bloody stupid
Stupid stupid stupid idea all for the rich again there's enough eye sores being built on sandbanks as it is why ruin it even more like billy bumble said a tosser football club owner and a tosser developer never heard anything so bloody stupid Ink123
  • Score: 8

12:09pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Minty Fresh says...

Mitchell needs to s*d off to Dubai and build that cr*p there. The man doesn't have an original idea in his head.
Mitchell needs to s*d off to Dubai and build that cr*p there. The man doesn't have an original idea in his head. Minty Fresh
  • Score: 20

12:43pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others. FerryFan
  • Score: 5

12:50pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.
I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments.

You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o
rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.
[quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?[/p][/quote]The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.[/p][/quote]I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto. Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 0

12:50pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

hamworthygirl wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
B.F.G wrote:
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.
Well said, if working hard for over 40 years and still job hunting as i dont get my pension for another 5 years is being uneducated and unwashed then thats me. Im not impressed by money whether its handed down or made by hard work, its all about class, manners and consideration for others.
Unfortunately a few think it is jealousy in there one brain cell. I am jealous of people who can eat what they like and stay a beanpole, I am jealous of people who can get a good night's sleep, I am jealous of people whose computers and broadband don't get the grumps every five minutes.

Eddie Mitchell having the sort if ideas Richard Carr would have probably got approved in the 90s - no. Navitus bay in one direction, this poor man's Dubai impression the other. It will be a poor mans Dubai, as they are heaving with a darn sight more money than than here, and have a totally different image. We are coastal beauty, theirs is extreme wealthy decadence, and their designs reflect it.
[quote][p][bold]hamworthygirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B.F.G[/bold] wrote: I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.[/p][/quote]I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.[/p][/quote]Well said, if working hard for over 40 years and still job hunting as i dont get my pension for another 5 years is being uneducated and unwashed then thats me. Im not impressed by money whether its handed down or made by hard work, its all about class, manners and consideration for others.[/p][/quote]Unfortunately a few think it is jealousy in there one brain cell. I am jealous of people who can eat what they like and stay a beanpole, I am jealous of people who can get a good night's sleep, I am jealous of people whose computers and broadband don't get the grumps every five minutes. Eddie Mitchell having the sort if ideas Richard Carr would have probably got approved in the 90s - no. Navitus bay in one direction, this poor man's Dubai impression the other. It will be a poor mans Dubai, as they are heaving with a darn sight more money than than here, and have a totally different image. We are coastal beauty, theirs is extreme wealthy decadence, and their designs reflect it. FerryFan
  • Score: 1

12:52pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ? retry69
  • Score: -2

12:57pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ?[/p][/quote]Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up. retry69
  • Score: -9

12:57pm Tue 15 Jul 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

billy bumble wrote:
Tosser football club owner and a tosser developer

Never seen anything so tasteless in my life
Completely agree.
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Sandbanks used to be a lovely family place. Now it's being slowly ruined the CHAV WAGs brigade.
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Another perfect example of money but zero style or taste. Go and build your lego tower in Basildon where it might be appreciated.
[quote][p][bold]billy bumble[/bold] wrote: Tosser football club owner and a tosser developer Never seen anything so tasteless in my life[/p][/quote]Completely agree. . Sandbanks used to be a lovely family place. Now it's being slowly ruined the CHAV WAGs brigade. . Another perfect example of money but zero style or taste. Go and build your lego tower in Basildon where it might be appreciated. HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 11

1:06pm Tue 15 Jul 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

B.F.G wrote:
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
Hahaha. Such a naive comment and shot yourself in both feet lol.
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I grew up in Boscombe but moved to London for 12yrs for my career so I could move back to Bmth and live comfortably.
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Successful and educated people don't want London towers brought to Bournemouth/Poole! It is/was a peaceful seaside town.
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If you want towers and tossers then jog on to London.
[quote][p][bold]B.F.G[/bold] wrote: I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.[/p][/quote]Hahaha. Such a naive comment and shot yourself in both feet lol. . I grew up in Boscombe but moved to London for 12yrs for my career so I could move back to Bmth and live comfortably. . Successful and educated people don't want London towers brought to Bournemouth/Poole! It is/was a peaceful seaside town. . If you want towers and tossers then jog on to London. HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 4

1:15pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Of course now the question on everyone's lips is "who pays the ferryman" and if you know the story behind that another well know local name crops up lol :)
Of course now the question on everyone's lips is "who pays the ferryman" and if you know the story behind that another well know local name crops up lol :) retry69
  • Score: -3

1:18pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Or ferryfan lol spell checker beat me
Or ferryfan lol spell checker beat me retry69
  • Score: -3

1:27pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.
What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ?[/p][/quote]Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.[/p][/quote]What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected. Lord Spring
  • Score: 4

1:30pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.
What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.
Oooooooooh not your normal tone of comment dear boy,what's up?
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ?[/p][/quote]Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.[/p][/quote]What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.[/p][/quote]Oooooooooh not your normal tone of comment dear boy,what's up? retry69
  • Score: -2

1:33pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Sir Retry69 says...

retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.
What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.
Oooooooooh not your normal tone of comment dear boy,what's up?
Sorry forgot me andle :)
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ?[/p][/quote]Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.[/p][/quote]What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.[/p][/quote]Oooooooooh not your normal tone of comment dear boy,what's up?[/p][/quote]Sorry forgot me andle :) Sir Retry69
  • Score: -1

1:40pm Tue 15 Jul 14

apm1954 says...

Is he all there.
Is he all there. apm1954
  • Score: 0

1:48pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Mindvor says...

In Absentia...it is generally best to ignore idiots. That's what I do.
In Absentia...it is generally best to ignore idiots. That's what I do. Mindvor
  • Score: 0

1:49pm Tue 15 Jul 14

In Absentia says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.
I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.
There's little point in reading your 'latest' manifesto, I'll wait and see what comes out in 2015. I don't get your remark about disability access, surely all modern planning applications must have to ensure they meet or have considered requirements to avoid disability discrimination unless a Heritage site is involved? It's easy to blame the Council, but I blame the developer for this one. It's about time Councils stopped unauthorised or retrospective applications.

By the way, will you be ensuring that all UKIP candidates for Poole actually live in the Borough? I was told that Cllr Woodcock actually lives in Bournemouth, is that correct?
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?[/p][/quote]The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.[/p][/quote]I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.[/p][/quote]There's little point in reading your 'latest' manifesto, I'll wait and see what comes out in 2015. I don't get your remark about disability access, surely all modern planning applications must have to ensure they meet or have considered requirements to avoid disability discrimination unless a Heritage site is involved? It's easy to blame the Council, but I blame the developer for this one. It's about time Councils stopped unauthorised or retrospective applications. By the way, will you be ensuring that all UKIP candidates for Poole actually live in the Borough? I was told that Cllr Woodcock actually lives in Bournemouth, is that correct? In Absentia
  • Score: 1

1:49pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

Mindvor wrote:
In Absentia...it is generally best to ignore idiots. That's what I do.
Good lad it will save you getting confused
[quote][p][bold]Mindvor[/bold] wrote: In Absentia...it is generally best to ignore idiots. That's what I do.[/p][/quote]Good lad it will save you getting confused Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: -2

2:01pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

retry69 wrote:
Of course now the question on everyone's lips is "who pays the ferryman" and if you know the story behind that another well know local name crops up lol :)
Probably Chris De Burgh, although he orders everyone else not to.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Of course now the question on everyone's lips is "who pays the ferryman" and if you know the story behind that another well know local name crops up lol :)[/p][/quote]Probably Chris De Burgh, although he orders everyone else not to. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 1

2:03pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.
I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.
There's little point in reading your 'latest' manifesto, I'll wait and see what comes out in 2015. I don't get your remark about disability access, surely all modern planning applications must have to ensure they meet or have considered requirements to avoid disability discrimination unless a Heritage site is involved? It's easy to blame the Council, but I blame the developer for this one. It's about time Councils stopped unauthorised or retrospective applications.

By the way, will you be ensuring that all UKIP candidates for Poole actually live in the Borough? I was told that Cllr Woodcock actually lives in Bournemouth, is that correct?
Yes he does now live in Bournemouth but has been a Parkstone Councillor for over 15 years and a very good one at that, would you prefer to lose a good councillor simply because they have moved down the road to a neighbouring town? That is hardly showing logical thinking now is it.

I have sent an article in regards the the decking to the Echo if published you can share with us your words of wisdom but I do somehow doubt that you will convince me that the decision made was done so in the best interest of the public.

By the way the reason why the decking was removed is because it did not have planning permission, the point I was making is the decking was far more disability friendly than what was there previously and what is there now. I also think that Poole park is a heritage site, so you are not making a lot of sense in your response there.
[quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?[/p][/quote]The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.[/p][/quote]I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.[/p][/quote]There's little point in reading your 'latest' manifesto, I'll wait and see what comes out in 2015. I don't get your remark about disability access, surely all modern planning applications must have to ensure they meet or have considered requirements to avoid disability discrimination unless a Heritage site is involved? It's easy to blame the Council, but I blame the developer for this one. It's about time Councils stopped unauthorised or retrospective applications. By the way, will you be ensuring that all UKIP candidates for Poole actually live in the Borough? I was told that Cllr Woodcock actually lives in Bournemouth, is that correct?[/p][/quote]Yes he does now live in Bournemouth but has been a Parkstone Councillor for over 15 years and a very good one at that, would you prefer to lose a good councillor simply because they have moved down the road to a neighbouring town? That is hardly showing logical thinking now is it. I have sent an article in regards the the decking to the Echo if published you can share with us your words of wisdom but I do somehow doubt that you will convince me that the decision made was done so in the best interest of the public. By the way the reason why the decking was removed is because it did not have planning permission, the point I was making is the decking was far more disability friendly than what was there previously and what is there now. I also think that Poole park is a heritage site, so you are not making a lot of sense in your response there. Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: -2

2:33pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Of course now the question on everyone's lips is "who pays the ferryman" and if you know the story behind that another well know local name crops up lol :)
Probably Chris De Burgh, although he orders everyone else not to.
Well done that man
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Of course now the question on everyone's lips is "who pays the ferryman" and if you know the story behind that another well know local name crops up lol :)[/p][/quote]Probably Chris De Burgh, although he orders everyone else not to.[/p][/quote]Well done that man retry69
  • Score: 2

3:05pm Tue 15 Jul 14

samjdavis says...

All this kerfuffle over a story which is obviously being used by the Echo because it is a slow news day. This was probably a pie in the sky idea that was overheard in a pub a while ago, and has been on the backburner at Richmond Hill for ages - and since there are no motorcycle crashes, teacher strikes, and burglaries tho report on, it has simply been wheeled out to fill column inches.

We all know it won't happen.
All this kerfuffle over a story which is obviously being used by the Echo because it is a slow news day. This was probably a pie in the sky idea that was overheard in a pub a while ago, and has been on the backburner at Richmond Hill for ages - and since there are no motorcycle crashes, teacher strikes, and burglaries tho report on, it has simply been wheeled out to fill column inches. We all know it won't happen. samjdavis
  • Score: -1

3:16pm Tue 15 Jul 14

sichapman says...

Utterly obscene
Utterly obscene sichapman
  • Score: 0

3:19pm Tue 15 Jul 14

sea poole says...

Would love it to happen -just to witness your faces when you use the facilities -similar screams and derision by locals when Tesco decided to build an Express store at S'banks -it's now full of locals
Would love it to happen -just to witness your faces when you use the facilities -similar screams and derision by locals when Tesco decided to build an Express store at S'banks -it's now full of locals sea poole
  • Score: 2

3:25pm Tue 15 Jul 14

oversee says...

Call it 'Hamster View' in memory of the big fat ' Rolphie ' ....his chum R.C. The man is an idiot who has more debt than Cuba...only in Bournemouth .....bet the company will be called 8 after the 7 skint ones...F...y Merchant.
Call it 'Hamster View' in memory of the big fat ' Rolphie ' ....his chum R.C. The man is an idiot who has more debt than Cuba...only in Bournemouth .....bet the company will be called 8 after the 7 skint ones...F...y Merchant. oversee
  • Score: 2

3:31pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

samjdavis wrote:
All this kerfuffle over a story which is obviously being used by the Echo because it is a slow news day. This was probably a pie in the sky idea that was overheard in a pub a while ago, and has been on the backburner at Richmond Hill for ages - and since there are no motorcycle crashes, teacher strikes, and burglaries tho report on, it has simply been wheeled out to fill column inches.

We all know it won't happen.
Absolutely spot on,most accurate post to date :)
[quote][p][bold]samjdavis[/bold] wrote: All this kerfuffle over a story which is obviously being used by the Echo because it is a slow news day. This was probably a pie in the sky idea that was overheard in a pub a while ago, and has been on the backburner at Richmond Hill for ages - and since there are no motorcycle crashes, teacher strikes, and burglaries tho report on, it has simply been wheeled out to fill column inches. We all know it won't happen.[/p][/quote]Absolutely spot on,most accurate post to date :) retry69
  • Score: 0

3:34pm Tue 15 Jul 14

nickynoodah says...

The trouble with bournmouth
they don't bury the dead
stick them in bedsits
with a laptop you know.
The trouble with bournmouth they don't bury the dead stick them in bedsits with a laptop you know. nickynoodah
  • Score: -1

3:56pm Tue 15 Jul 14

In Absentia says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.
I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.
There's little point in reading your 'latest' manifesto, I'll wait and see what comes out in 2015. I don't get your remark about disability access, surely all modern planning applications must have to ensure they meet or have considered requirements to avoid disability discrimination unless a Heritage site is involved? It's easy to blame the Council, but I blame the developer for this one. It's about time Councils stopped unauthorised or retrospective applications. By the way, will you be ensuring that all UKIP candidates for Poole actually live in the Borough? I was told that Cllr Woodcock actually lives in Bournemouth, is that correct?
Yes he does now live in Bournemouth but has been a Parkstone Councillor for over 15 years and a very good one at that, would you prefer to lose a good councillor simply because they have moved down the road to a neighbouring town? That is hardly showing logical thinking now is it. I have sent an article in regards the the decking to the Echo if published you can share with us your words of wisdom but I do somehow doubt that you will convince me that the decision made was done so in the best interest of the public. By the way the reason why the decking was removed is because it did not have planning permission, the point I was making is the decking was far more disability friendly than what was there previously and what is there now. I also think that Poole park is a heritage site, so you are not making a lot of sense in your response there.
You've contradicted yourself at the end of your remarks. If Poole Park is a heritage site, then an unauthorised development has to be clamped down on , irrespective of what it is or who did it?

By the way, I don't consider someone who lives in Bournemouth should be taking a living as a Councillor from the Council Tax payers of Poole. if you're voting on decisions regarding the cutting of services to a town during a time of austerity, then the least you can do is live in the town being affected. That's logical thinking for me.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?[/p][/quote]The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.[/p][/quote]I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.[/p][/quote]There's little point in reading your 'latest' manifesto, I'll wait and see what comes out in 2015. I don't get your remark about disability access, surely all modern planning applications must have to ensure they meet or have considered requirements to avoid disability discrimination unless a Heritage site is involved? It's easy to blame the Council, but I blame the developer for this one. It's about time Councils stopped unauthorised or retrospective applications. By the way, will you be ensuring that all UKIP candidates for Poole actually live in the Borough? I was told that Cllr Woodcock actually lives in Bournemouth, is that correct?[/p][/quote]Yes he does now live in Bournemouth but has been a Parkstone Councillor for over 15 years and a very good one at that, would you prefer to lose a good councillor simply because they have moved down the road to a neighbouring town? That is hardly showing logical thinking now is it. I have sent an article in regards the the decking to the Echo if published you can share with us your words of wisdom but I do somehow doubt that you will convince me that the decision made was done so in the best interest of the public. By the way the reason why the decking was removed is because it did not have planning permission, the point I was making is the decking was far more disability friendly than what was there previously and what is there now. I also think that Poole park is a heritage site, so you are not making a lot of sense in your response there.[/p][/quote]You've contradicted yourself at the end of your remarks. If Poole Park is a heritage site, then an unauthorised development has to be clamped down on , irrespective of what it is or who did it? By the way, I don't consider someone who lives in Bournemouth should be taking a living as a Councillor from the Council Tax payers of Poole. if you're voting on decisions regarding the cutting of services to a town during a time of austerity, then the least you can do is live in the town being affected. That's logical thinking for me. In Absentia
  • Score: 4

3:59pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Of course Sandbanks wasn't his first choice that was Slades Farm but the nimby's put a stop to that :)
Of course Sandbanks wasn't his first choice that was Slades Farm but the nimby's put a stop to that :) retry69
  • Score: 0

4:28pm Tue 15 Jul 14

nermal says...

billy bumble wrote:
Tosser football club owner and a tosser developer

Never seen anything so tasteless in my life
Funny, that's exactly the reaction I got when I read this article out to my husband! Couldn't agree more.
[quote][p][bold]billy bumble[/bold] wrote: Tosser football club owner and a tosser developer Never seen anything so tasteless in my life[/p][/quote]Funny, that's exactly the reaction I got when I read this article out to my husband! Couldn't agree more. nermal
  • Score: 1

4:30pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

@In Absentia

Maybe you should attend tonight's cabinet meeting and take a real look at those who are voting on decisions that affect the people of Poole.

Or at least have a read of the agenda, it is quite an eye opener!

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poole.com/akspoole/u
sers/public/admin/ka
b14.pl?operation=SUB
MIT&meet=153&cmte=CA
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Tony Woodcock happens to be an extremely hard working Poole councilor who has served the people well for over 15 years, his attraction to UKIP I believe was the fact that we do not have a party whip for councillors and this allows them to work in the best interest of the people because they do not have to toe a party line. I guess it will be down to what people want from their councillors that will be the deciding factor in how they vote in 2015. I hope people vote for change both locally and nationally and that is what UKIP is really offering.
@In Absentia Maybe you should attend tonight's cabinet meeting and take a real look at those who are voting on decisions that affect the people of Poole. Or at least have a read of the agenda, it is quite an eye opener! http://ha2.boroughof poole.com/akspoole/u sers/public/admin/ka b14.pl?operation=SUB MIT&meet=153&cmte=CA B&grpid=public&arc=7 1 Tony Woodcock happens to be an extremely hard working Poole councilor who has served the people well for over 15 years, his attraction to UKIP I believe was the fact that we do not have a party whip for councillors and this allows them to work in the best interest of the people because they do not have to toe a party line. I guess it will be down to what people want from their councillors that will be the deciding factor in how they vote in 2015. I hope people vote for change both locally and nationally and that is what UKIP is really offering. Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: -5

4:41pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Just a random point, can you lot stop quoting already ridiculously long quoted posts !!

If you've got something to say fcuking say it on its own and keep it short and to the point.
Don't quote me on that either dumbass.
Just a random point, can you lot stop quoting already ridiculously long quoted posts !! If you've got something to say fcuking say it on its own and keep it short and to the point. Don't quote me on that either dumbass. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 0

5:10pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!! FerryFan
  • Score: 1

5:18pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Just a random point, can you lot stop quoting already ridiculously long quoted posts !!

If you've got something to say fcuking say it on its own and keep it short and to the point.
Don't quote me on that either dumbass.
Steady on keep it civil :)
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Just a random point, can you lot stop quoting already ridiculously long quoted posts !! If you've got something to say fcuking say it on its own and keep it short and to the point. Don't quote me on that either dumbass.[/p][/quote]Steady on keep it civil :) retry69
  • Score: 0

5:25pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Redgolfer says...

Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.
What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.
How come we are obsessed and jealous by those 2 ''fine citizens'', one might be coming up to bankruptcy number 8 and the other back in court in September and if they have done better than the majority in your eyes then you must have blinkers on or wish to live like that !!!
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ?[/p][/quote]Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.[/p][/quote]What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.[/p][/quote]How come we are obsessed and jealous by those 2 ''fine citizens'', one might be coming up to bankruptcy number 8 and the other back in court in September and if they have done better than the majority in your eyes then you must have blinkers on or wish to live like that !!! Redgolfer
  • Score: 2

5:25pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Just a random point, can you lot stop quoting already ridiculously long quoted posts !!

If you've got something to say fcuking say it on its own and keep it short and to the point.
Don't quote me on that either dumbass.
Quite funny as that happens to be exactly what I just did and used the @In Absentia to indicate who it was intended for, so do you seriously think for one moment you are really in any position to call other people dumbass?
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Just a random point, can you lot stop quoting already ridiculously long quoted posts !! If you've got something to say fcuking say it on its own and keep it short and to the point. Don't quote me on that either dumbass.[/p][/quote]Quite funny as that happens to be exactly what I just did and used the @In Absentia to indicate who it was intended for, so do you seriously think for one moment you are really in any position to call other people dumbass? Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 0

5:29pm Tue 15 Jul 14

John T says...

hadvar wrote:
... which by his own admission are “thoughts only” and will not be formally submitted to Borough of Poole’s planning department.....

So what the bejueezus is this doing as the top story on the site today? The doodlings of a fantasist with massive, 20 storey question marks over his past and a reputation for making himself look a bit of a prat in public?

Once upon a time this used to be a newspaper. Hang your head in shame editorial people.....
'' When the seagulls follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines may be thrown into the sea.''....Eric Cantona...Just as unfathomable as the OHEC EDItorial team and Eddie Mitchell's thoughts.
[quote][p][bold]hadvar[/bold] wrote: ... which by his own admission are “thoughts only” and will not be formally submitted to Borough of Poole’s planning department..... So what the bejueezus is this doing as the top story on the site today? The doodlings of a fantasist with massive, 20 storey question marks over his past and a reputation for making himself look a bit of a prat in public? Once upon a time this used to be a newspaper. Hang your head in shame editorial people.....[/p][/quote]'' When the seagulls follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines may be thrown into the sea.''....Eric Cantona...Just as unfathomable as the OHEC EDItorial team and Eddie Mitchell's thoughts. John T
  • Score: 3

5:44pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

FerryFan wrote:
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!![/p][/quote]Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you? retry69
  • Score: -3

6:11pm Tue 15 Jul 14

jill M says...

Well done Echo- on a quiet news day you certainly got everyone arguing and sniping at each other over a story that was never a story in the first place- amazing!!
Well done Echo- on a quiet news day you certainly got everyone arguing and sniping at each other over a story that was never a story in the first place- amazing!! jill M
  • Score: 8

6:14pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?
Nope...
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!![/p][/quote]Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?[/p][/quote]Nope... FerryFan
  • Score: 0

6:14pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?
Nope...
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!![/p][/quote]Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?[/p][/quote]Nope... FerryFan
  • Score: 0

6:19pm Tue 15 Jul 14

holdinkæft says...

He must of had another drink too many.
Or maybe trying to get his own back on the russians for kicking him out of the cherries.
He must of had another drink too many. Or maybe trying to get his own back on the russians for kicking him out of the cherries. holdinkæft
  • Score: 2

6:20pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

Redgolfer wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)
Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.
Are you green ?
Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.
What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.
How come we are obsessed and jealous by those 2 ''fine citizens'', one might be coming up to bankruptcy number 8 and the other back in court in September and if they have done better than the majority in your eyes then you must have blinkers on or wish to live like that !!!
Probably in a bedsit wishing - still got a brown nose from being up Carr's backside, now it is up Mitchell's now Carr is out of the picture. Sorry, retry, you is avin a laff me old son!!!
[quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Jealousy is a heart wrenching emotion :)[/p][/quote]Don't you ever tire of the word jealousy? You bandied it enough about Richard Carr, it is obviously not jealousy. You seem obsessed with that word along with a minority of others.[/p][/quote]Are you green ?[/p][/quote]Richard Carr, someone else who has done better than you in life no doubt ,you must be going greener and greener but not because of jealousy eh perhaps anger. FFS grow up.[/p][/quote]What do you class as better in life it is how one lives ones life not what you do going up the ladder because some of the rungs are dodgy so you can come down quicker than expected.[/p][/quote]How come we are obsessed and jealous by those 2 ''fine citizens'', one might be coming up to bankruptcy number 8 and the other back in court in September and if they have done better than the majority in your eyes then you must have blinkers on or wish to live like that !!![/p][/quote]Probably in a bedsit wishing - still got a brown nose from being up Carr's backside, now it is up Mitchell's now Carr is out of the picture. Sorry, retry, you is avin a laff me old son!!! FerryFan
  • Score: 0

6:39pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?
Nope...
Ben Fogle ?
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!![/p][/quote]Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?[/p][/quote]Nope...[/p][/quote]Ben Fogle ? retry69
  • Score: 1

7:11pm Tue 15 Jul 14

FerryFan says...

retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?
Nope...
Ben Fogle ?
Minus three things and a beard - has he still got a beard?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!![/p][/quote]Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?[/p][/quote]Nope...[/p][/quote]Ben Fogle ?[/p][/quote]Minus three things and a beard - has he still got a beard? FerryFan
  • Score: 0

7:17pm Tue 15 Jul 14

retry69 says...

FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
retry69 wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!!
Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?
Nope...
Ben Fogle ?
Minus three things and a beard - has he still got a beard?
Intriguing,but you won't be surprised it's beyond me , so must move on :(
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Love retry throwing his diamond encrusted teddies cos he hates being criticised for his jealousy comments. Does not know who is behind any username, just assumes they are jealous? People in Sandbanks, pal, a lot probably a lot richer than Carr or Mitchell and if they say they don't want this piece of cr*p in their area, then how do you answer that? No answer is there, just try and see it from the point of view of many, stop throwing accusations of jealousy around at people who you do not know who are behind their names. You are the one who needs to grow up mate, your comments belong in the playground at school not a millionaire's playground - that was!![/p][/quote]Gosh that almost came over as a boast,I sincerely how it wasn't intended as that.Hang on you are not the captain on the Sandbanks ferry are you?[/p][/quote]Nope...[/p][/quote]Ben Fogle ?[/p][/quote]Minus three things and a beard - has he still got a beard?[/p][/quote]Intriguing,but you won't be surprised it's beyond me , so must move on :( retry69
  • Score: 0

8:26pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Bob49 says...

a chap who makes Richard Carr look honest (almost) and cultured

a sort of 'Boysie' without the class
a chap who makes Richard Carr look honest (almost) and cultured a sort of 'Boysie' without the class Bob49
  • Score: 6

9:06pm Tue 15 Jul 14

susi.m says...

This tacky man has come up with a very tacky design.
Oh how I wish he would pack up and leave the country, along with all his family and hangers on.
Shame on the echo for giving this foul mouthed, disgusting man so much space in their paper.
This tacky man has come up with a very tacky design. Oh how I wish he would pack up and leave the country, along with all his family and hangers on. Shame on the echo for giving this foul mouthed, disgusting man so much space in their paper. susi.m
  • Score: 5

9:18pm Tue 15 Jul 14

KK25IKK says...

15 07 14

OYShouders for a moment Mr Mitchel. Please, this is important and I feel you would appreciate the heads up anyway

https://fensafitters
.wordpress.com/2013/
11/14/the-fensa-cert
ificate/#comments.


Avril

Stamp this out now before it takes hold.
15 07 14 OYShouders for a moment Mr Mitchel. Please, this is important and I feel you would appreciate the heads up anyway https://fensafitters .wordpress.com/2013/ 11/14/the-fensa-cert ificate/#comments. Avril Stamp this out now before it takes hold. KK25IKK
  • Score: 1

10:18pm Tue 15 Jul 14

mythoughts! says...

Two hopes
Two hopes mythoughts!
  • Score: 1

10:52pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Yankee1 says...

Where are the Seven Horsemen of the Apocalypse?

What a (literally wet) dream of a scheme.
Where are the Seven Horsemen of the Apocalypse? What a (literally wet) dream of a scheme. Yankee1
  • Score: 3

11:06pm Tue 15 Jul 14

grumpyolddear says...

FerryFan wrote:
hamworthygirl wrote:
FerryFan wrote:
B.F.G wrote:
I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar.

I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.
I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.
Well said, if working hard for over 40 years and still job hunting as i dont get my pension for another 5 years is being uneducated and unwashed then thats me. Im not impressed by money whether its handed down or made by hard work, its all about class, manners and consideration for others.
Unfortunately a few think it is jealousy in there one brain cell. I am jealous of people who can eat what they like and stay a beanpole, I am jealous of people who can get a good night's sleep, I am jealous of people whose computers and broadband don't get the grumps every five minutes.

Eddie Mitchell having the sort if ideas Richard Carr would have probably got approved in the 90s - no. Navitus bay in one direction, this poor man's Dubai impression the other. It will be a poor mans Dubai, as they are heaving with a darn sight more money than than here, and have a totally different image. We are coastal beauty, theirs is extreme wealthy decadence, and their designs reflect it.
I feel another surf reef coming on
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hamworthygirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B.F.G[/bold] wrote: I see the usual uneducated, unwashed and unsuccessful are swarming on this news story like wasps around a jam jar. I'd like to see something like this in Poole, tragically nobody has the funding or the vision to actually make it happen.[/p][/quote]I think you will find you are in the very severe minority pal. Not the sort of man who would impress me, I am not impressed by flashy ideas, fitting in with the community and respecting things, not just waving their wad about - or should that be waving something else about.[/p][/quote]Well said, if working hard for over 40 years and still job hunting as i dont get my pension for another 5 years is being uneducated and unwashed then thats me. Im not impressed by money whether its handed down or made by hard work, its all about class, manners and consideration for others.[/p][/quote]Unfortunately a few think it is jealousy in there one brain cell. I am jealous of people who can eat what they like and stay a beanpole, I am jealous of people who can get a good night's sleep, I am jealous of people whose computers and broadband don't get the grumps every five minutes. Eddie Mitchell having the sort if ideas Richard Carr would have probably got approved in the 90s - no. Navitus bay in one direction, this poor man's Dubai impression the other. It will be a poor mans Dubai, as they are heaving with a darn sight more money than than here, and have a totally different image. We are coastal beauty, theirs is extreme wealthy decadence, and their designs reflect it.[/p][/quote]I feel another surf reef coming on grumpyolddear
  • Score: 3

11:49pm Tue 15 Jul 14

wadjit says...

I take it this is a joke? Not a very funny one if it is.
I take it this is a joke? Not a very funny one if it is. wadjit
  • Score: 3

1:13am Wed 16 Jul 14

MrPitiful says...

In the meantime, back in the real world....
In the meantime, back in the real world.... MrPitiful
  • Score: 2

4:06am Wed 16 Jul 14

Bluestew says...

Dear Sandbanks... You're the first to go under rising seas....Dear Milllionaire's row....you're the first to go under melting snow....
Dear Sandbanks... You're the first to go under rising seas....Dear Milllionaire's row....you're the first to go under melting snow.... Bluestew
  • Score: 1

7:59am Wed 16 Jul 14

Cordite says...

Bluestew wrote:
Dear Sandbanks... You're the first to go under rising seas....Dear Milllionaire's row....you're the first to go under melting snow....
Agree with that one, it'll be under water in 50 years time.
[quote][p][bold]Bluestew[/bold] wrote: Dear Sandbanks... You're the first to go under rising seas....Dear Milllionaire's row....you're the first to go under melting snow....[/p][/quote]Agree with that one, it'll be under water in 50 years time. Cordite
  • Score: 1

11:06am Wed 16 Jul 14

TheDistrict says...

Have I not seen a similar design in Dubai, or somewhere in the UAE. Is Eddie stealing plans from elsewhere.
Have I not seen a similar design in Dubai, or somewhere in the UAE. Is Eddie stealing plans from elsewhere. TheDistrict
  • Score: 1

12:37pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Mindvor says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Mindvor wrote:
In Absentia...it is generally best to ignore idiots. That's what I do.
Good lad it will save you getting confused
I'm rarely confused by idiots...except of course if only to wonder how they mustered the intellect to get dressed in the morning.
I just liked the quote, to be honest, not sure what context I remember seeing it in ;)
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mindvor[/bold] wrote: In Absentia...it is generally best to ignore idiots. That's what I do.[/p][/quote]Good lad it will save you getting confused[/p][/quote]I'm rarely confused by idiots...except of course if only to wonder how they mustered the intellect to get dressed in the morning. I just liked the quote, to be honest, not sure what context I remember seeing it in ;) Mindvor
  • Score: 1

10:56pm Wed 16 Jul 14

carrrob says...

Eddie your a complete dork keep your ridiculous thoughts to yourself your all washed up man!!
Eddie your a complete dork keep your ridiculous thoughts to yourself your all washed up man!! carrrob
  • Score: 3

11:21pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

carrrob wrote:
Eddie your a complete dork keep your ridiculous thoughts to yourself your all washed up man!!
Do you seriously think for one moment that he posted this article?
[quote][p][bold]carrrob[/bold] wrote: Eddie your a complete dork keep your ridiculous thoughts to yourself your all washed up man!![/p][/quote]Do you seriously think for one moment that he posted this article? Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: -1

7:36pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Dorset Logic says...

I think more glass and steel with marble work tops will improve the area no end.
I think more glass and steel with marble work tops will improve the area no end. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

9:32am Fri 18 Jul 14

London Architect says...

I picked this story up in the London Metro-good grief what is happening to the town I grew up in!

As has already been said by others this vacuous and unnecessary scheme will finally put the nail into the coffin that is Sandbanks

I worked for several summers on the beach, at the RMYC and finally on the old chain ferry in the 80's and early 90's and fond memories of the dusty, laid back and slightly down at heel gentility of Sandbanks and its people

Knowing whats happened to an area that was a very special part of my life makes me weep and just reminds me why I hardly ever go back to Poole now unless Im using the Channel Ferries

Come on people of Poole stop this madness before the planners take notice and consider supporting this dumb, derivative and uncivilised proposal

London Architect
I picked this story up in the London Metro-good grief what is happening to the town I grew up in! As has already been said by others this vacuous and unnecessary scheme will finally put the nail into the coffin that is Sandbanks I worked for several summers on the beach, at the RMYC and finally on the old chain ferry in the 80's and early 90's and fond memories of the dusty, laid back and slightly down at heel gentility of Sandbanks and its people Knowing whats happened to an area that was a very special part of my life makes me weep and just reminds me why I hardly ever go back to Poole now unless Im using the Channel Ferries Come on people of Poole stop this madness before the planners take notice and consider supporting this dumb, derivative and uncivilised proposal London Architect London Architect
  • Score: 2

12:33pm Sat 19 Jul 14

Ellen Jackson says...

I am the owner of a breeze-block company. In my spare time I like to think up 'inspirational' names for the properties I have helped to build.
This mini Dubai plan sounds fantastic news. I'll let my brother know about it as he does a roaring trade in 'lifestyle' tinted glass and a mate down the pub knows some Z-listers who can pose for photo's with a flash car. They can put those up on the hoardings round the building site when this Seagull thingy goes up. Loads and loads of people will want to live there - just like they do now in all the properties with FOR SALE boards outside them.......
I am the owner of a breeze-block company. In my spare time I like to think up 'inspirational' names for the properties I have helped to build. This mini Dubai plan sounds fantastic news. I'll let my brother know about it as he does a roaring trade in 'lifestyle' tinted glass and a mate down the pub knows some Z-listers who can pose for photo's with a flash car. They can put those up on the hoardings round the building site when this Seagull thingy goes up. Loads and loads of people will want to live there - just like they do now in all the properties with FOR SALE boards outside them....... Ellen Jackson
  • Score: 2

6:53am Mon 21 Jul 14

manyogie says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
You neglect to mention that planning had not been applied for, so, actually, well done Poole Council for standing firm on a breach of procedures.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]You neglect to mention that planning had not been applied for, so, actually, well done Poole Council for standing firm on a breach of procedures. manyogie
  • Score: 1

7:06am Mon 21 Jul 14

manyogie says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
In Absentia wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
Redgolfer wrote:
Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning
He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.
Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.
No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.
What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.
Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?
The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.
I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments.

You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o

rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.
In the last election I voted UKIP as a vote against the big 3, I did also spend time looking into the manifesto to ensure suitability, sadly though, your way off line string of comments as displayed above fill me with a sense of dread that UKIP have not been as discerning with their choice of representative s as they should have been.
1. Regardless of who owns the business, due process was flagrantlyignored, as a representative of the people you should have addressed that first, not your dislike of goose poo.
2. The disabilitycrd, are you familiarwth the flat floor layout of the Boathouse, with 3 sets of double doors available, and very well thought out disabled toilet facilities available?, I feel not .
I think you need to save future comments made in the name of your party in your draft documents and read them again when the heat has gone, as you are doing yourself and your party a disservice posting in haste.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Absentia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redgolfer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: As he moved the plastic grass from outside his Greasy spoon in Poole park.or is that prt of the deal to get planning[/p][/quote]He has no need to move the artificial grass from outside the Boathouse, that was actually accepted by the imbeciles in the council when they forced him to remove the decking, have you actually seen what is there now instead, its back to old wooden tables and lots of duck poo. Well done Poole council you really showed Eddie Mitchell and the rest of us in Poole how you work in the best interest of the public there.[/p][/quote]Mr. Caine, up to now most of your comments have been quite logic BUT NOT THIS ONE, why does the echo pander to his ''visions'' and are you declaring that you have the same as Mr Mitchell or are you mates. Why did he think that he or yourself for that matter do not have to observe the rules and conditions as the rest of the public. If you want our votes, remember you are here to serve the ''Public''.[/p][/quote]No We are not mates, I can honestly say I have never met him but what happened in the respect of the decking was in my opinion wrong, that is very easily seen from the state of what is there now to what was put in at Eddie Mitchells expense, if he had done wrong by not getting planning permission to make the improvement that he did, then he should have been penalised in some other way, rather than at the detriment of the public, which really was only ever done to get one up on Mr Mitchell. That decking area was a vast improvement to what was their previously and made it a lot easier for disabled people. Do you think the council were right to penalise them just to simply to get one over on him? I don't.[/p][/quote]What I expect the council to do is enforce planning regulations and the law without fear or favour. He undertook unauthorised work on public land, no excuses. The decking was constructed for the sole benefit of the business not as some philanthropic exercise. The tower story is just a recycled one from a few years ago. He proposed something similar when the Council were in a mess with the solar pyramid proposals for Whitecliff.[/p][/quote]Whereas I expect the council to work in the best interest of those who elect them but of course lets just ignore the simple fact this was actually of great benefit to disabled people and rant on about planning regulations which as it was an improvement on what was already there should have been passed anyway. Were you one of those councillors against the decking by any chance?[/p][/quote]The usual pathetic old mantra from a UKIP follower to label someone who disagrees with them as part of the 'establishment'. Pathetic. Any issues concerning disability access to the cafe would have been considered under the relevant legislation. Have any representative groups brought any actions against the council for this? if you're that confident of your position then look forward to seeing your candidacy at the next local elections. That's if UKIP can come up with a local manifesto that actually offers solutions instead of whinges. By the way, I'm an interested voter, not a political representative.[/p][/quote]I actually only asked because you appeared to have some knowledge about it but by your statement of "issues concerning disability would have been considered", you obviously don't. As this is really sidetracking from the actual article here, I will send a separate article into the echo and if they publish it I would be interested in seeing your comments. You can certainly look forward to seeing me stand at the next election and if you would like to drop me an email at m.caine@ukip-poole.o rg I will send you a copy of our latest local manifesto.[/p][/quote]In the last election I voted UKIP as a vote against the big 3, I did also spend time looking into the manifesto to ensure suitability, sadly though, your way off line string of comments as displayed above fill me with a sense of dread that UKIP have not been as discerning with their choice of representative s as they should have been. 1. Regardless of who owns the business, due process was flagrantlyignored, as a representative of the people you should have addressed that first, not your dislike of goose poo. 2. The disabilitycrd, are you familiarwth the flat floor layout of the Boathouse, with 3 sets of double doors available, and very well thought out disabled toilet facilities available?, I feel not . I think you need to save future comments made in the name of your party in your draft documents and read them again when the heat has gone, as you are doing yourself and your party a disservice posting in haste. manyogie
  • Score: 1
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