Phoenix Court closure baffling
I THINK it's great the council are sticking to large buildings they already own.
But what person, or who, built and started to use stupid places like Phoenix Court when they have the Council House on College Green not being used properly?
It was once used by everyday people of Bristol for all sorts of council information ie rent etc. I remember going with my mum when I was about eight years old. After all, the Council House is great for business, for visitors, it's central and a landmark most people know.
But I cannot believe they will close Phoenix Court, which has had a huge amount of money spent on it, whilst taking it from Amelia Court of Colston Street. In such a short space of time.
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That office should never have been put in a central shopping area in the first place. Obviously, the council are to be ashamed to say they made a bit of a cock up in the first place.
The former bonded warehouse is a great building and should be used. Hope that works out for us all.
But taking out slip roads over Cumberland Basin would be crazy. People don't just come from Long Ashton to go to work into the city.
I wish they'd leave well alone while things are working. Bristol roads are small enough with the amount of people who want to live and travel in it.