Window firm gambling on success at former Canvey Casino site

Echo: Brian Chelton, MD of Duration Windows, outside the new exhibition centre Grand Design Brian Chelton, MD of Duration Windows, outside the new exhibition centre Grand Design

THE first firm has moved in to the redeveloped Canvey Casino site.

Duration Windows, a successful Canvey manufacturer, has brought its exhibition centre called Grand Design to Casino Parade.

Other new shops are also set to follow while flats built above them are also finished.

Canvey county and borough councillor Ray Howard said: “It was sad when the casino site had to be demolished, but times moved on and things changed.

“The development does look very attractive and it really has boosted that area.

“All the flats are finished and people have moved in now and businesses are just beginning to start opening - I believe all the units have been let.

“Duration Windows is a credit to Canvey Island and I’m delighted to hear about its new premises on the seafront and I wish them well there.”

Duration Windows have moved to the site from its former base at the Knightswick Centre, in Furtherwick Road.

The move is due to customer demand and the need to display a number of new and existing products.

Business partners Brian Chelton and Dennis Mitchell said the 3,000sq ft centre is not like a typical double-glazing showroom because no one takes money or commission there, it has been set up purely so people can look at what the firm has to offer.

Mr Chelton, managing director, said: “We’re pleased Grand Design is a part of the new development, it’s brought something different to the area.

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10:33am Fri 22 Feb 13

Carnabackable says...

Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months? Carnabackable
  • Score: 3

11:09am Fri 22 Feb 13

upset says...

Carnabackable wrote:
Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.
[quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down. upset
  • Score: 2

12:22pm Fri 22 Feb 13

marshman says...

upset wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.
All along we were told by the developers the project would help regenerate the seafront area with a 'posh' wine bar and maybe a general store thrown in the mix. When you go for a day out you want to be entertained not buy windows.

So come on then, how does a double glazing display centre contribute to the regeneration of Canvey seafront?
[quote][p][bold]upset[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.[/p][/quote]All along we were told by the developers the project would help regenerate the seafront area with a 'posh' wine bar and maybe a general store thrown in the mix. When you go for a day out you want to be entertained not buy windows. So come on then, how does a double glazing display centre contribute to the regeneration of Canvey seafront? marshman
  • Score: 5

12:23pm Fri 22 Feb 13

iknowbetter says...

Carnabackable wrote:
Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
[quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong. iknowbetter
  • Score: 1

12:26pm Fri 22 Feb 13

iknowbetter says...

marshman wrote:
upset wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.
All along we were told by the developers the project would help regenerate the seafront area with a 'posh' wine bar and maybe a general store thrown in the mix. When you go for a day out you want to be entertained not buy windows.

So come on then, how does a double glazing display centre contribute to the regeneration of Canvey seafront?
You should know the game by now Marshman, what they say to get planning passed and what actually happens are two very different things.
[quote][p][bold]marshman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]upset[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.[/p][/quote]All along we were told by the developers the project would help regenerate the seafront area with a 'posh' wine bar and maybe a general store thrown in the mix. When you go for a day out you want to be entertained not buy windows. So come on then, how does a double glazing display centre contribute to the regeneration of Canvey seafront?[/p][/quote]You should know the game by now Marshman, what they say to get planning passed and what actually happens are two very different things. iknowbetter
  • Score: 5

1:26pm Fri 22 Feb 13

Cosmo Spring says...

iknowbetter wrote:
marshman wrote:
upset wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.
All along we were told by the developers the project would help regenerate the seafront area with a 'posh' wine bar and maybe a general store thrown in the mix. When you go for a day out you want to be entertained not buy windows.

So come on then, how does a double glazing display centre contribute to the regeneration of Canvey seafront?
You should know the game by now Marshman, what they say to get planning passed and what actually happens are two very different things.
we need transparency here....

It's a pane, I know
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]marshman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]upset[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]Come on give both the developer and the companies who have invested heavily in the otherwise derelict eyesore that had been there since the casino was pulled down.[/p][/quote]All along we were told by the developers the project would help regenerate the seafront area with a 'posh' wine bar and maybe a general store thrown in the mix. When you go for a day out you want to be entertained not buy windows. So come on then, how does a double glazing display centre contribute to the regeneration of Canvey seafront?[/p][/quote]You should know the game by now Marshman, what they say to get planning passed and what actually happens are two very different things.[/p][/quote]we need transparency here.... It's a pane, I know Cosmo Spring
  • Score: 0

4:32pm Fri 22 Feb 13

Michael211 says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.[/p][/quote]I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling. Michael211
  • Score: 0

5:43pm Fri 22 Feb 13

everyoneh850 says...

Michael211 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.
Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
[quote][p][bold]Michael211[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.[/p][/quote]I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.[/p][/quote]Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there. everyoneh850
  • Score: 0

5:54pm Fri 22 Feb 13

iknowbetter says...

everyoneh850 wrote:
Michael211 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.
Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
**
I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..
[quote][p][bold]everyoneh850[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael211[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.[/p][/quote]I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.[/p][/quote]Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.[/p][/quote]Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there. ** I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps.. iknowbetter
  • Score: 2

6:11pm Fri 22 Feb 13

everyoneh850 says...

iknowbetter wrote:
everyoneh850 wrote:
Michael211 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.
Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
**
I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..
When the day comes that I'm so hard up, that I need to go to Canvey island for my holidays. Then that is the day that I would need to take a long hard look in the mirror and think is it worth carrying on.
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]everyoneh850[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael211[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.[/p][/quote]I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.[/p][/quote]Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.[/p][/quote]Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there. ** I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..[/p][/quote]When the day comes that I'm so hard up, that I need to go to Canvey island for my holidays. Then that is the day that I would need to take a long hard look in the mirror and think is it worth carrying on. everyoneh850
  • Score: 0

7:49pm Fri 22 Feb 13

iknowbetter says...

everyoneh850 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
everyoneh850 wrote:
Michael211 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.
Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
**
I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..
When the day comes that I'm so hard up, that I need to go to Canvey island for my holidays. Then that is the day that I would need to take a long hard look in the mirror and think is it worth carrying on.
Like I said if it helps Canvey has a pound shop for you and 2p slot machines, you and your dragged up kids will have a field day!!
[quote][p][bold]everyoneh850[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]everyoneh850[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael211[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.[/p][/quote]I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.[/p][/quote]Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.[/p][/quote]Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there. ** I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..[/p][/quote]When the day comes that I'm so hard up, that I need to go to Canvey island for my holidays. Then that is the day that I would need to take a long hard look in the mirror and think is it worth carrying on.[/p][/quote]Like I said if it helps Canvey has a pound shop for you and 2p slot machines, you and your dragged up kids will have a field day!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 2

8:57pm Fri 22 Feb 13

everyoneh850 says...

iknowbetter wrote:
everyoneh850 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
everyoneh850 wrote:
Michael211 wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Carnabackable wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?
I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.
I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.
Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.
**
I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..
When the day comes that I'm so hard up, that I need to go to Canvey island for my holidays. Then that is the day that I would need to take a long hard look in the mirror and think is it worth carrying on.
Like I said if it helps Canvey has a pound shop for you and 2p slot machines, you and your dragged up kids will have a field day!!
Yea maybe if I get a win on them 2p slots . I could hang out the back of your mum. Then she could feed her starving family with my winnings.
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]everyoneh850[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]everyoneh850[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael211[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: Better off on Charfleets industrial site, thought the plan for these new builds was to offer fine dining for Canveyites, not another double glazing firm, next door to the Monico, though have they been tempted by the the newer, reduced rates, for the initial 12 months?[/p][/quote]I reckon your spot on, I cannot see a window firm lasting to long as much as I would love to see the guy succeed. The location is not exactly suited to this sort of business, IMO. In the summer it will be heaving with holiday makers and day trippers, parking will be at a premium a confectionery story may have been a better idea. I do wish the guy every success though but sadly I dont see it lasting any longer then the cut price rates for the year. I hope im wrong.[/p][/quote]I reckon they will last as they were in the town for a couple of years but i think we need all the shops on canvey to be filled up instead of all the empty ones everywhere. Also need more holiday makers as the amusements are struggling.[/p][/quote]Holiday makers in Canvey? your joking right? Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there.[/p][/quote]Surely even poor people wouldnt want to go there. ** I take you base this on your experience's. We have a pound shop if it helps..[/p][/quote]When the day comes that I'm so hard up, that I need to go to Canvey island for my holidays. Then that is the day that I would need to take a long hard look in the mirror and think is it worth carrying on.[/p][/quote]Like I said if it helps Canvey has a pound shop for you and 2p slot machines, you and your dragged up kids will have a field day!![/p][/quote]Yea maybe if I get a win on them 2p slots . I could hang out the back of your mum. Then she could feed her starving family with my winnings. everyoneh850
  • Score: -5

5:01pm Sun 24 Feb 13

Carnabackable says...

CANVEY - YOU GOTTO LAFF, ALWAYS FFULL OF GOOD STORIES
CANVEY - YOU GOTTO LAFF, ALWAYS FFULL OF GOOD STORIES Carnabackable
  • Score: 0

12:25pm Mon 25 Feb 13

streetboy75 says...

i think its in totaly the wrong place, i would be going for a day at the beach to look at double glazing LOL not thought of very well, me thinks
i think its in totaly the wrong place, i would be going for a day at the beach to look at double glazing LOL not thought of very well, me thinks streetboy75
  • Score: 0

8:44am Tue 26 Feb 13

Sim0n says...

Not the ideal place for a window shop that’s for sure a seafront should be a fun place to visit places to visit, sit , eat and be entertained, Canvey seafront used to be like that.
You can not stop someone opening a shop that is within the rules it could be far worse or even empty for years but lets all hope the rest of the shops will benefit the seafront experience of Canvey.
Not the ideal place for a window shop that’s for sure a seafront should be a fun place to visit places to visit, sit , eat and be entertained, Canvey seafront used to be like that. You can not stop someone opening a shop that is within the rules it could be far worse or even empty for years but lets all hope the rest of the shops will benefit the seafront experience of Canvey. Sim0n
  • Score: 0

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