And talking of the Roundels...

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nowthensithe
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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby nowthensithe » Tue Apr 11, 2017 1:50 pm

Yes it is all Greek or indeed Double Dutch.

There are many who haven't a clue what such abbreviations mean. The world of business is full of them and if you do not work in an environment where they are commonly used your 'up the creek without a paddle' (UTCWAP).

Lets keep it simple please.

Desmo Man
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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby Desmo Man » Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:43 pm

Poyntonian 1 are you a member of CEC, PTC, or a employee of the company who was responsible for the regeneration on Park lane and Fountain place ?.
You seem to know a lot ! and you associate yourself with some of the work.

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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby POYNTONIAN 1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:56 pm

Desmo Man wrote:Poyntonian 1 are you a member of CEC, PTC, or a employee of the company who was responsible for the regeneration on Park lane and Fountain place ?.
You seem to know a lot ! and you associate yourself with some of the work.


[offensive comment deleted - nedsram] If you'd read my posts you'd realise im in the construction industry. Mayb ask another poster the same Q!!!!!!!! I don't associate with any of the work & never have said so

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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby Desmo Man » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:51 pm

If you cant answer in a civil and grown up way Pontonian 1 please don't engage in civil polite conversation.

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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby nedsram » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:11 pm

I have to say that I thought that you asked a perfectly reasonable question. I had wondered the same thing.

Please try to be polite when responding to posts on here. Many thanks.

POYNTONIAN 1
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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby POYNTONIAN 1 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:58 am

Desmo Man wrote:If you cant answer in a civil and grown up way Pontonian 1 please don't engage in civil polite conversation.


Don't forget to ask the other posters the same Q!!!!!!!!

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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby Clarky » Fri Feb 16, 2018 8:42 pm

...anyway, back to the increasing number of deep 'ruts' which seem to be growing by the day, in particular as you approach the roundels from London Road south and travel away from the roundels on London Road north - I'm not sure how much longer my little old car can stand it?

Surely, localized lifting of half a dozen blocks then back filling with a suitable MOT and then replacing with the original blocks would be such an easy and quick fix? It might not produce quite the billiard table like finish as it was when newly installed, but it would be considerably better than now - the sub base can only 'slump' so far, unless of course we have sinkholes in Poynton?
Damnant quod non intelligunt

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Re: And talking of the Roundels...

Postby nedsram » Fri Feb 16, 2018 8:53 pm

CEC have indicated that they will repair the road properly once A6MARR opens. They appear to have overlooked that until the Poynton Relief Road is opened the juggernauts will still go through the middle of Poynton. However if they schedule it to start the day A6MARR opens, that probably means that they will actually get round to it about a year later.


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