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Offline Fritz

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Heads must roll
« on: January 10, 2018, 01:19:50 AM »
Anyone involved in allowing the best part of £20,000,000 to be wasted on new hospital plans should be removed from whatever position they currently occupy at tax-payers expense.
Anyone with any common sense whatsoever recognised long ago that the scheme was totally wrong.
A New Hospital, (The clue is in the title), is best built on a new site whilst current facility remains fully functional.
Why did the Parish of St Helier sell the west mount quarry to a private developer for housing when it was ideal for the new hospital? Edge of town, easy access to Overdale and even crematorium.
It is absolutely crazy that plans to extend current site were explored beyond a five minute meeting, let alone throw best part of £20m of tax-payers money at a non-starter that costs at least double what a total new build would.
I am one angry taxpayer at the moment knowing that I am indirectly paying toward the salaries of the ****wits who let the situation get to this stage.

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Re: Heads must roll
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 05:53:50 PM »
McLean said he had £70M still available for plans etc for the hospital.
£70M this is just crazy!    Really makes you wonder just how much is going into their back pocket.

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Re: Heads must roll
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2018, 05:59:08 PM »
Why did they not think about building underground in the first place so that the building would not be so high?
Could have had car parking there.
Saw on TV the other night a hospital with one floor all operating theatres, 35 of them. The building looked really nice with curves, not just a box.
The elections cannot come quick enough!!!