I’m not saying it hasn’t been shelved, I accept that it has according to that article, my point was that you said there were no interested housing developers for the site. I merely challenged that as being the reason why they’ve are now not doing housing. Clearly they’ve listened to the locals objections now that the council control Siglion.listen carefully.. trust me the front site has been shelved for housing it's going to be leisure only and when and only when the leisure on the front gets moving will the back sites for housing will get started
As for leisure on the front site I’m still unsure what people are expecting?
Or have a spectacular view of the beech and sea? I’m fairly sure any competent architect could take full advantage of the location.Imagine living in an executive apartment overlooking Morrison’s, with terrible parking that gets worse in the summer.
To me it all hinges on the stack thing. If its successful it could be the catalyst the sea front needs. Hopefully it works out.