Monday, 8 March 2010

Update on Radford Unity Complex

The 'Post' is reporting that, despite the first ever 'call-in' in 10 years of the existence of the procedure, the decision to close Radford Unity Complex will not be reconsidered.

In retrospect I should have headlined this 'Least Surprising News With Smallest Amount of Shock Value of the Year'. But then it is only March and that might have been a bit rash.

Interestingly, the 'Post' reports that NCC have found a buyer for the buildings but are refusing to say who it is.

Bearing in mind the speed with which it was all done, with allegations that the groups based at RUC were given notice before the decision was even made to close it, I think it would be very interesting to know when that potential buyer first arrived on the scene.

2 comments:

gladbeast said...

god.. wouldn't it just..

alanadale said...

It has been suggested that certain Pakistani groups in the city, led by a prominent (and corrupt) Pakistani city councillor, woud be keen to get their hands on this building... or it might be a Tesco Metro...