Lionel wrote:I don't know about wise SE1er. The site's search engine, which anyone can use, produced this:
Ivanhoe wrote:Chip. Shoulder. Unsubstantiated allegation.
Pieces of Eight wrote:Ivanhoe wrote:Chip. Shoulder. Unsubstantiated allegation.
Not an allegation, more of an observational assumption. It's just that there are many other rat runs in the area that don't get such special traffic calming measures. No chip, Ivanhoe (although the tone of your post would suggest that my post upset you. Chillax, as the yoofs say). It's just that i live along a traffic rat run and I think it would be good if our area could get the same treatment. I shall make an enquiry to our wonderful local authority. If I am knocked back, I shall ask them why Trinity Square was treated differently. Good day to you.
terryb wrote:Trinity Street used to be open to traffic and all the streets around it were two way, I vaguely remember street being closed at great dover street by temporary barriers ( painted wooden logs ) cannot give you a time period.
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