Concrete vision?

LETTER

Re: Concrete walls will remain on the bridge, September 13 story.

One would have to have a concrete wall in their vision not to see the vista the exposed section of the Gladstone Road bridge has now presented as you cross it.

CLIFF BLUMFIELD

Re: Concrete walls will remain on the bridge, September 13 story.

One would have to have a concrete wall in their vision not to see the vista the exposed section of the Gladstone Road bridge has now presented as you cross it.

CLIFF BLUMFIELD

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Peter Cunningham - 28 days ago
If these extremely unattractive concrete parapets are so historically significant that they cannot be lost, may I suggest that we leave a couple of examples at one or both ends of the bridge where their functional ugliness will not spoil our view of our beautiful and much more historically significant harbour?

Mereaira Shepherd - 26 days ago
Dear Sir ( The Turanganui River is a river in the city of Gisborne, New Zealand. Formed by the confluence ... The Turanganui River is sometimes referred to as the shortest river in the Southern Hemisphere. The Gisborne Harbour basin is separated from ...taken from Wikipedia) Why are we not profiling this landmark by allowing everyone to see, get a glimpse of this icon of the world. Yes put a fence up take a look at the new fences at the children's bike park in Awapuni great icons of Gisborne. Just saying...........

Kim de Denne - 26 days ago
I heartily agree with Mr Cunningham. There must be a clear solution to this issue, surely there is a compromise? Using the parapets as monuments, recycling them instead of pouring more.

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