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  1. Sorry wrong terminology. Meant road without pavement.
  2. Definitely needs reporting if that has been done. Only real alternative to get to Hartshill is to use the unpaved steep and unsafe road. It might be worth pointing out to the council just how unsafe the route is now. It is actually a criminal offence for a farmer to illegally block a footpath.
  3. Past this recently https://propertylink.estatesgazette.com/property-details/6545681?INTCMP=target-property-card-experience-a
  4. I've played every one of those notes at one time or another.
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    K

    That is I think the sensible thing to do. Don't be put of coming back for advice on future purchases. Good luck with your search.
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    K

    So that is why you have a survey done. You now have the choice of offering to purchase at 4k or to walk away. Same as any other potential buyer.
  7. reg

    K

    I also don't see that the yard has done anything wrong. You requested a lift out so that survey could be done. The results of the survey are independent of the lift out. Personal if I was buying a £10,000 steel boat I would be very surprised if didn't have issues. I think you would have to be very lucky to find a £10,000 steel boat that was sound.
  8. Sounds like a job for a Tercoo disks, not cheap but very effective. I did a complete 57ft hull using a set of these although It was hard work doing such a big area. I would suggest for a water tank a single or a double would do the job. Force 4 do the double for just under £50 https://www.force4.co.uk/item/Force-4/Tercoo-Rotary-Blaster-Double/CZ7 Short video on its use here https://www.thewetworks.co.uk/products/tercoo-rotary-blaster-3-models
  9. Only reference I can find is to BITUROX Which appears, as far as I can determine, to be a registered process for making road laying bitumen. If that is what it is then it maybe not the best material for a water tank. I have a slight inkling that it may not be potable. Note I haven't spend much time reading the material I'll leave that to you. http://www.biturox.com/en/ https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.poerner.at/fileadmin/user_upload/pdf/Flyer_POE_Biturox_Web2012_e.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwj04L6D9P_qAhUyRxUIHfD9DMEQFjACegQIBBAC&usg=AOvVaw0RbhZUWohcT4YliVIMl18Y
  10. That was the beauty of youth the time when you could try things out and have room to fail, as long as no one was hurt you ended up a bit wiser and just got up again and tried something else.
  11. Only solution is to mount a big mirror square on at the front. If their light blinds you then it also blinds them.
  12. And I think that is a major mistake. It may not look like it from my previous posts but I would like if you could succeed however I do still have a general issue with the notion of requesting subscribers to channels which have yet to produce content. Once content is available then, and only then, would I consider subscribing.
  13. And that is the key point as far as I'm concerned. I'm generally not a negative person and welcome and support initiative and drive BUT I do have issues with this modern concept whereby plaudits are required befor product. I cannot understand why the modern world requires rewards before the event. Produce something Sell product Obtain reward Is to me the natural order of things
  14. How very old school of you. Modern way 1 Get crowd funding. 2 Advertise for a base customer. 3 Maybe end up producing the goods. ETA The non cynical side of me wishes them good luck in their venture.
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