Seaburn is being left behind mind. Every year that passes sees more and more getting done either side of it, Seaham and Shields. People on the metro thread mocking Shields new metro station when in fact it’s only another nail in the coffin for Seaburn. Seaham being only 150 yards long is attracting more business interest, more footfall and more investment that’s leading to an overhaul of the Main Street and parking areas. I’ve been saying it for a long time but it’s solely down to the council for the state of the city. Nothing is ever carried through and when it does it’s a snails pace. And if people on here think that the stack is ‘temporary’ think again. It will be there for a long long time, probably longer than the Seaburn centre. But I suppose it will keep a lot of people happy down the bents. On a hot day look at the traffic at the jolly sailor, look at the queues going into and leaving Seaburn. It’s backed up to Latimers of people leaving.