Godalming residents have been scratching their heads and filing a series of comments on the town’s Facebook page about this developent aptly named “Prime Place.’ An occupied building which has been clothed in scaffolding for many months.
Someone called Christine asked.
Does anyone know what the problem is with the flats opposite Waitrose’s car park? They have been covered in scaffolding for months and months. Just feel for the poor people living there – it must be miserably dark.
I think it’s something to do with the insulation. Must be awful if they are all still living there. It’s not the first time scaffolding has been up there. That’s what happens when you blink and suddenly a whole complex like that is built, NOTHING will be right
I had a client in there, she said the place was a total mess, walls not straight, doors wonky, stone floor pi**ed and cut wrong, and very very hot and she could not open windows due to the traffic and fumes, she’s now moved out. Just shocking build and always having work done. Judging by the speed it was built, did some real shortcuts
Relates at a guess to the problems Waitrose had with water ingress which meant the fresh fish etc was out for a year .
The discussion on what is wrong with Prime Place goes on and on.
Wasn’t it the recently sacked Tory Levelling Up Minister Michael Gove who said?
“We are going to do everything we can to ensure that more of the right homes are built in the right way, in the right places. As we seek to improve housing supply we also seek to build communities that people love.”
It is no form of success if homes are shoddily built, are in the wrong place don’t have the infrastructure and are not contributing to beautiful communities.”
And wasn’t Angela Richardson Guildford & Cranleigh’s MP one of Michael Gove’s bag carriers?