The ARTches project in Broad St, which I’ve blogged about in the past, was granted permission today by Portsmouth City Council. The meeting raised a couple of interesting issues – such as why the “anti” petition wasn’t submitted to the council, and what the “other means” that opponents hope to pursue are. I’ll come back to these in another blog. In the meantime, I’ve written a quick report of the meeting which is up on About My Area.
- RT @kylegriffin1: One of the most bizarre transitions I’ve ever seen a politician make. Just watch Australian MP Bob Katter. https://t.co/gqG0fO3lwy, 8 hours ago
- Brexiteers believe many things they don't understand. Stevie Wonder wrote a song about it. https://t.co/6zApG5SShD, 8 hours ago
- Picked this up in Winchester earlier for a couple of quid. Tory Mutineer 1956 vintage. Excellent chap. https://t.co/Uv2hDfIRpH, 10 hours ago
- RT @Ajarvis8: Football, oil, roads to influence https://t.co/qUR2SQ6UKr https://t.co/7MOXIh5Brz, 15 hours ago
- As usual, people who hope for orderly Brexit find things from Barnier to tweet and people who want war with EU find things to tweet also., 17 hours ago