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  • #81282

    BrigitteBardotBikes
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    Is ashbro the new spammer of this board? How’d you manage that ? :-)

    #81283

    claudia
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    @BrigitteBardotBikes: My thoughts exactly! How did you manage that, Ashbro? :lol:

    #81284

    ashbro
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    Sorry about that!

    I was trying to post a comment and kept pressing the ‘Send Post’ button but nothing happened (a bit like repeatedly getting a red light at a docking station!). Then suddenly the post appeared eight times! I panicked! I couldn’t work out how to remove the post, but could edit it, so just deleted all the words. Sorry again. Will I be banished from the forum?

    #81285

    Trikeman
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    Fixed :-)

    #81286

    claudia
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    | Will I be banished from the forum? | How could we banish someone with such a cute face?!

    #81287

    ashbro
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    Aaah thanks Claudia! My little monkey is blushing deeply.

    #81288

    Loshu
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    Jan 2011 Tower Hamlets council meeting Agenda PDF

    Contains a map and list of proposed sites – including docking point numbers.

    Details funding sources and what it will be spent on.

    Looks like Tower hamlets coughed up £2,000,000 – mostly to get the scheme onto housing estates.

    #81289

    cyclingnewbie
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    No docks in Canary Wharf estate?!!

    #81290

    Bimbles
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    Replying to @Loshu‘s post:

    £2m maybe, but it’s all grant money anyway (LIP, s106 & olympic cash)

    Replying to @cyclingnewbie‘s post:

    Reading the document reveals the following:

    7.4 Approximately 400 docking points (equivalent to 15 stations) have been

    agreed by Canary Wharf Group for inclusion on their estate and 5 more have

    been identified by DLR at their stations.

    #81291

    cyclingnewbie
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    @Bimbles: Excellent! I wonder why they weren’t included on the map.

    #81292

    Mr-Forward
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    @cyclingnewbie: Canary Wharf is private property so it doesn’t need Tower Hamlets Council planning permission and approval.

    #81293

    Bors
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    @Mr-Forward : not strictly true, planning permission is required by owners of private property too. Here are a few of the applications I could find on Tower Hamlet’s planning portal, both were approved:

    Footway oppsite the entrance to Canary Wharf London Underground Station, West India And Millwall Dock, South Colonnade, London

    Footway adjacent to 43-51 Fishermans Walk, north of 25 North Colonnade, E14

    #81294

    Mr-Forward
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    interesting.

    So, to clarify… CW Group still have to apply for council planning permission to install docking stations in their estate but these don’t appear on the council’s big list of proposed ‘on-street’ locations as its an entirely different process.

    :)

    #81295

    Bimbles
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    More likely they don’t appear on the council’s proposed list because they’re not on the council’s streets and they have zero impact on the finances being discussed.

    #81296

    Emi052
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    Thansk for share with us great discussion keep it up!!!

    jallo park

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