Capitol Car Park in Newport city centre will be demolished with explosives this Sunday

South Wales Argus: EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION: The derelict Capitol Car Park in Newport city centre will be demolished with explosives this Sunday, the Argus understands. EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION: The derelict Capitol Car Park in Newport city centre will be demolished with explosives this Sunday, the Argus understands.

UPDATE: 5.20pm

NEWPORT council say roads in Newport city centre will be closed from 'around 6.30am' for the demolition of Capitol Car Park.

A council spokesperson said the best public viewing area will be from the east bank riverside walk area, on the Rodney Parade side.

The city centre around the John Frost Square area and river front area will be closed from around 6.30am to around 10am on the morning of Sunday January 12. This will include roads leading to the city centre including Heidenheim Drive, Kingsway and Uskway.

There will be very limited access to the city centre before 10am apart from emergency vehicles only.

The spokesperson added retailers within the affected area had been informed of the demolition.

UPDATE: 1.32pm

THE derelict Capitol Car Park in Newport city centre will be demolished with explosives this Sunday, the Argus understands.

An exclusion zone will come into effect early on Sunday morning for the controlled demolition, with 11 roads due to be closed from as early as 7am in the morning.

The work will be conducted by the Cuddy Group, which is currently demolishing the car park, shops in John Frost Square and the old Newport Bus Station.

An official notice issued by Newport council says Heidenheim Drive – from the Harlequin Roundabout southbound slipway to the road's junction with Kingsway – will be closed, together with the southbound slipway linking the Harlequin Roundabout with Heidenheim Drive.

Kingsway, including on and off slip roads to Old Green Roundabout, will be closed for its entire length.

Uskway, from its junction with Kingsway to its junction with Granville Street, will be shut, as will Skinner Street, Corn Street, Upper Dock Street, Austin Friars, Friars Street, Llanarth Street and John Frost Square.

The order will allow the demolition of the capitol multi-storey car park to be carried out in a controlled and safe manner, according to the notice.

It is anticipated that the works will be completed within 30 minutes.

The Welsh Government has provided £1.5 million for the demolition work which will prepare the ground for Queensberry Real Estate to build the Friars Walk shopping and leisure development.

Newport council recently agreed to provide the developer a £90 million loan, which it will itself borrow from the Public Works Loans Board.

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2:14pm Thu 9 Jan 14

DavidMclean says...

How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece?

How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece? [I joke obviously] DavidMclean

2:32pm Thu 9 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

DavidMclean wrote:
How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece?

How could you not? Wish I could push the button myself.
[quote][p][bold]DavidMclean[/bold] wrote: How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece? [I joke obviously][/p][/quote]How could you not? Wish I could push the button myself. GardenVarietyMushroom

2:33pm Thu 9 Jan 14

mep says...

Where can it be viewed from?
Where can it be viewed from? mep

2:39pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Dolieboy says...

mep wrote:
Where can it be viewed from?
BBC News
[quote][p][bold]mep[/bold] wrote: Where can it be viewed from?[/p][/quote]BBC News Dolieboy

2:48pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Manley says...

mep wrote:
Where can it be viewed from?
Kingsway multistorey?
[quote][p][bold]mep[/bold] wrote: Where can it be viewed from?[/p][/quote]Kingsway multistorey? Manley

2:51pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Vox Dei says...

GardenVarietyMushroo
m
wrote:
DavidMclean wrote:
How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece?

How could you not? Wish I could push the button myself.
Sarcasm detector broken?
[quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DavidMclean[/bold] wrote: How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece? [I joke obviously][/p][/quote]How could you not? Wish I could push the button myself.[/p][/quote]Sarcasm detector broken? Vox Dei

2:56pm Thu 9 Jan 14

heresphil says...

What time is the explosion actually happening? This will be the biggest attraction in Newport city centre for, ooh, years.
What time is the explosion actually happening? This will be the biggest attraction in Newport city centre for, ooh, years. heresphil

3:01pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Ormygirl says...

River bank I suppose I'd love to see it I watched roger stone power station blow up as a child and has never forgotten it! I wonder what time it will happen?
River bank I suppose I'd love to see it I watched roger stone power station blow up as a child and has never forgotten it! I wonder what time it will happen? Ormygirl

3:32pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Steve811 says...

I have heard a rumour the big bang is scheduled for 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Going to get a place to view it from!

Robens.
I have heard a rumour the big bang is scheduled for 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Going to get a place to view it from! Robens. Steve811

3:35pm Thu 9 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

Vox Dei wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo

m
wrote:
DavidMclean wrote:
How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece?

How could you not? Wish I could push the button myself.
Sarcasm detector broken?
umm... no
[quote][p][bold]Vox Dei[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DavidMclean[/bold] wrote: How can these even consider blowing up this architectural masterpiece? [I joke obviously][/p][/quote]How could you not? Wish I could push the button myself.[/p][/quote]Sarcasm detector broken?[/p][/quote]umm... no GardenVarietyMushroom

3:38pm Thu 9 Jan 14

ieuan112 says...

What time will it blow
What time will it blow ieuan112

3:44pm Thu 9 Jan 14

john.hall1000 says...

Somebody said between 8am and 9am!.
Somebody said between 8am and 9am!. john.hall1000

3:49pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Katie Re-Registered says...

They could make a show of it and do it in time to the 1812 Overture!
They could make a show of it and do it in time to the 1812 Overture! Katie Re-Registered

3:52pm Thu 9 Jan 14

croque says...

"7am in the morning" is a tautology.
"7am in the morning" is a tautology. croque

3:56pm Thu 9 Jan 14

heresphil says...

A big bang at 8am is going to really annoy anyone in Pill and Maindee trying to sleep in.

I hope that the explosion is at a time where the maximum number of people can watch, although the contractors and Gwent police will probably disagree. Firstly, everyone loves a good (controlled) explosion and, more importantly, this will be a hugely symbolic act for the fortunes of Newport. Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre.
A big bang at 8am is going to really annoy anyone in Pill and Maindee trying to sleep in. I hope that the explosion is at a time where the maximum number of people can watch, although the contractors and Gwent police will probably disagree. Firstly, everyone loves a good (controlled) explosion and, more importantly, this will be a hugely symbolic act for the fortunes of Newport. Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre. heresphil

4:05pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Steve811 says...

That's why I heard it was scheduled for 1, to give the police time to get the roads closed.
That's why I heard it was scheduled for 1, to give the police time to get the roads closed. Steve811

4:05pm Thu 9 Jan 14

nodnyl says...

weather forecast for Newport Sunday am. thunder followed by clouds of used hypos! Take cover!
weather forecast for Newport Sunday am. thunder followed by clouds of used hypos! Take cover! nodnyl

4:38pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Harryhedghog says...

Interesting the lowest quote posted on sell to wales was under 700k i wounder where the rest is being spent?
Interesting the lowest quote posted on sell to wales was under 700k i wounder where the rest is being spent? Harryhedghog

4:46pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Woodgnome says...

Steve811 wrote:
That's why I heard it was scheduled for 1, to give the police time to get the roads closed.
Correct - there are signs already up stating the road will be closed that day.
[quote][p][bold]Steve811[/bold] wrote: That's why I heard it was scheduled for 1, to give the police time to get the roads closed.[/p][/quote]Correct - there are signs already up stating the road will be closed that day. Woodgnome

4:56pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Adrian Williams says...

I heard it was scheduled around 10 o'clock - it would be nice to get some clarification on this, my kids would love to see a real life explosion !
I heard it was scheduled around 10 o'clock - it would be nice to get some clarification on this, my kids would love to see a real life explosion ! Adrian Williams

5:11pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Adrian Williams says...

Would be nice to get some clarification on the exact time of the explosion - myself and my kids would love to see it
Would be nice to get some clarification on the exact time of the explosion - myself and my kids would love to see it Adrian Williams

5:16pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Kevin Ward - Editor says...

To answer some of the questions above, below is a statement we have just been given by Newport City Council:

It is planned that the Capitol car park in Newport will be demolished on Sunday morning.
There will be an exclusion zone in place for safety purposes and to ensure there is no unauthorised access to the area.
There will be very limited access to the city centre before 10am apart from emergency vehicles only.
The city centre around the John Frost Square area and river front area will therefore be closed from approximately 6.30am to around 10am on the morning of 12 January to provide a safe exclusion zone for the activity to take place. This will include roads leading to the city centre including Heidenheim Drive, Kingsway and Uskway.
Retailers within the affected area have been informed of this activity.
If any member of the public wishes to watch the event then the best public viewing area will be from the east bank riverside walk area (Rodney Parade side of the river).
Every effort is being made to ensure minimum disruption to traffic and businesses in the vicinity.
To answer some of the questions above, below is a statement we have just been given by Newport City Council: It is planned that the Capitol car park in Newport will be demolished on Sunday morning. There will be an exclusion zone in place for safety purposes and to ensure there is no unauthorised access to the area. There will be very limited access to the city centre before 10am apart from emergency vehicles only. The city centre around the John Frost Square area and river front area will therefore be closed from approximately 6.30am to around 10am on the morning of 12 January to provide a safe exclusion zone for the activity to take place. This will include roads leading to the city centre including Heidenheim Drive, Kingsway and Uskway. Retailers within the affected area have been informed of this activity. If any member of the public wishes to watch the event then the best public viewing area will be from the east bank riverside walk area (Rodney Parade side of the river). Every effort is being made to ensure minimum disruption to traffic and businesses in the vicinity. Kevin Ward - Editor

5:26pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Jonnytrouble says...

BLOW THE LOT UP AND START AGAIN I SAY, lots of jobs would be created, but wait a mo. Would they be local with so many Eastern Europeans we now have here ?
BLOW THE LOT UP AND START AGAIN I SAY, lots of jobs would be created, but wait a mo. Would they be local with so many Eastern Europeans we now have here ? Jonnytrouble

5:31pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Kevin Ward - Editor says...

We have not been given an exact timing for the demolition, but we believe it will be between 8am and 10am.
We have not been given an exact timing for the demolition, but we believe it will be between 8am and 10am. Kevin Ward - Editor

5:41pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Bobevans says...

Ormygirl wrote:
River bank I suppose I'd love to see it I watched roger stone power station blow up as a child and has never forgotten it! I wonder what time it will happen?
I would imagine the Riverbank will be in the exclusion zone. Probably ok on the far side of the river though
[quote][p][bold]Ormygirl[/bold] wrote: River bank I suppose I'd love to see it I watched roger stone power station blow up as a child and has never forgotten it! I wonder what time it will happen?[/p][/quote]I would imagine the Riverbank will be in the exclusion zone. Probably ok on the far side of the river though Bobevans

5:44pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Bobevans says...

Hey remember this is Newport Council involved. It might be a bigger bang than they hoped for. I hope as well they have removed all the steel work they put in to stop it falling down
Hey remember this is Newport Council involved. It might be a bigger bang than they hoped for. I hope as well they have removed all the steel work they put in to stop it falling down Bobevans

5:57pm Thu 9 Jan 14

ex-St. Julians boy says...

Once they've blown up that monstrosity of a car park, they might consider putting the Capitol cinema and the next door fire station back instead.
Once they've blown up that monstrosity of a car park, they might consider putting the Capitol cinema and the next door fire station back instead. ex-St. Julians boy

6:01pm Thu 9 Jan 14

welshmen says...

Ormygirl wrote:
River bank I suppose I'd love to see it I watched roger stone power station blow up as a child and has never forgotten it! I wonder what time it will happen?
After 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1....
[quote][p][bold]Ormygirl[/bold] wrote: River bank I suppose I'd love to see it I watched roger stone power station blow up as a child and has never forgotten it! I wonder what time it will happen?[/p][/quote]After 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1.... welshmen

6:48pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Lazysaint says...

Button IS being pushed at 08:30 approx
Button IS being pushed at 08:30 approx Lazysaint

6:53pm Thu 9 Jan 14

keithbob says...

doesnt anyone read the headlines-it says between 8 and 10 and also says where the best viewing area is the east riverbank,.the wave opposite obviously.doh.!
doesnt anyone read the headlines-it says between 8 and 10 and also says where the best viewing area is the east riverbank,.the wave opposite obviously.doh.! keithbob

7:10pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Magor says...

Dont forget the old sainsburys and all the other empty buildings.
Dont forget the old sainsburys and all the other empty buildings. Magor

8:19pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Exile Elmo says...

ex-St. Julians boy wrote:
Once they've blown up that monstrosity of a car park, they might consider putting the Capitol cinema and the next door fire station back instead.
They are building a cinema, but here's a link for some nostalgia

http://www.newportpa
st.com/gallery/photo
s/php/photo_page.php
?search=capitol&sear
ch2=yyyyyy&pos=1
[quote][p][bold]ex-St. Julians boy[/bold] wrote: Once they've blown up that monstrosity of a car park, they might consider putting the Capitol cinema and the next door fire station back instead.[/p][/quote]They are building a cinema, but here's a link for some nostalgia http://www.newportpa st.com/gallery/photo s/php/photo_page.php ?search=capitol&sear ch2=yyyyyy&pos=1 Exile Elmo

8:35pm Thu 9 Jan 14

ex-St. Julians boy says...

Exile Elmo wrote:
ex-St. Julians boy wrote:
Once they've blown up that monstrosity of a car park, they might consider putting the Capitol cinema and the next door fire station back instead.
They are building a cinema, but here's a link for some nostalgia

http://www.newportpa

st.com/gallery/photo

s/php/photo_page.php

?search=capitol&
sear
ch2=yyyyyy&pos=1
I remember it well. 'Ringo and his Golden Pistol' (1966) was the last flick I saw there, not long before they closed the doors for the last time.
[quote][p][bold]Exile Elmo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ex-St. Julians boy[/bold] wrote: Once they've blown up that monstrosity of a car park, they might consider putting the Capitol cinema and the next door fire station back instead.[/p][/quote]They are building a cinema, but here's a link for some nostalgia http://www.newportpa st.com/gallery/photo s/php/photo_page.php ?search=capitol& sear ch2=yyyyyy&pos=1[/p][/quote]I remember it well. 'Ringo and his Golden Pistol' (1966) was the last flick I saw there, not long before they closed the doors for the last time. ex-St. Julians boy

9:04pm Thu 9 Jan 14

Exile Elmo says...

newportpast.com is a cracking web site, well worth a gander.
newportpast.com is a cracking web site, well worth a gander. Exile Elmo

9:16pm Thu 9 Jan 14

ex-St. Julians boy says...

Exile Elmo wrote:
newportpast.com is a cracking web site, well worth a gander.
Yes. it is! But one photo they don't have that I'd like to see is of the old wooden rotunda that used to be in the booking hall of Newport High Street station. Big, round, thing housing several manned ticketing booths where we used to buy a ticket in the 60s. If anyone has a photo of it, I'd love a copy
[quote][p][bold]Exile Elmo[/bold] wrote: newportpast.com is a cracking web site, well worth a gander.[/p][/quote]Yes. it is! But one photo they don't have that I'd like to see is of the old wooden rotunda that used to be in the booking hall of Newport High Street station. Big, round, thing housing several manned ticketing booths where we used to buy a ticket in the 60s. If anyone has a photo of it, I'd love a copy ex-St. Julians boy

12:27am Fri 10 Jan 14

stjulians says...

ex-St. Julians boy wrote:
Exile Elmo wrote:
newportpast.com is a cracking web site, well worth a gander.
Yes. it is! But one photo they don't have that I'd like to see is of the old wooden rotunda that used to be in the booking hall of Newport High Street station. Big, round, thing housing several manned ticketing booths where we used to buy a ticket in the 60s. If anyone has a photo of it, I'd love a copy
If you goto Search photos and then Browse all photos on newportpast and look at photo 29, is that what you're referring to?
[quote][p][bold]ex-St. Julians boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Exile Elmo[/bold] wrote: newportpast.com is a cracking web site, well worth a gander.[/p][/quote]Yes. it is! But one photo they don't have that I'd like to see is of the old wooden rotunda that used to be in the booking hall of Newport High Street station. Big, round, thing housing several manned ticketing booths where we used to buy a ticket in the 60s. If anyone has a photo of it, I'd love a copy[/p][/quote]If you goto Search photos and then Browse all photos on newportpast and look at photo 29, is that what you're referring to? stjulians

1:50am Fri 10 Jan 14

jimmysmith says...

heresphil wrote:
A big bang at 8am is going to really annoy anyone in Pill and Maindee trying to sleep in.

I hope that the explosion is at a time where the maximum number of people can watch, although the contractors and Gwent police will probably disagree. Firstly, everyone loves a good (controlled) explosion and, more importantly, this will be a hugely symbolic act for the fortunes of Newport. Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre.
pity the amount of wxplosive couldnt be increased so as it blew pill and maindee to kingdom come
[quote][p][bold]heresphil[/bold] wrote: A big bang at 8am is going to really annoy anyone in Pill and Maindee trying to sleep in. I hope that the explosion is at a time where the maximum number of people can watch, although the contractors and Gwent police will probably disagree. Firstly, everyone loves a good (controlled) explosion and, more importantly, this will be a hugely symbolic act for the fortunes of Newport. Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre.[/p][/quote]pity the amount of wxplosive couldnt be increased so as it blew pill and maindee to kingdom come jimmysmith

8:41am Fri 10 Jan 14

Mervyn James says...

jimmysmith wrote:
heresphil wrote:
A big bang at 8am is going to really annoy anyone in Pill and Maindee trying to sleep in.

I hope that the explosion is at a time where the maximum number of people can watch, although the contractors and Gwent police will probably disagree. Firstly, everyone loves a good (controlled) explosion and, more importantly, this will be a hugely symbolic act for the fortunes of Newport. Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre.
pity the amount of wxplosive couldnt be increased so as it blew pill and maindee to kingdom come
Won't bother me, I can't hear :) I expect some vid will go viral anyway for those that miss the ancient building, I am concerned there has been no march or campaign to preserve this monument to Newport CC stupidity.....
[quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]heresphil[/bold] wrote: A big bang at 8am is going to really annoy anyone in Pill and Maindee trying to sleep in. I hope that the explosion is at a time where the maximum number of people can watch, although the contractors and Gwent police will probably disagree. Firstly, everyone loves a good (controlled) explosion and, more importantly, this will be a hugely symbolic act for the fortunes of Newport. Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre.[/p][/quote]pity the amount of wxplosive couldnt be increased so as it blew pill and maindee to kingdom come[/p][/quote]Won't bother me, I can't hear :) I expect some vid will go viral anyway for those that miss the ancient building, I am concerned there has been no march or campaign to preserve this monument to Newport CC stupidity..... Mervyn James

8:49am Fri 10 Jan 14

newportscum says...

I.m confused? Why don't they just blow the whole town up while the demolition teams are there. Nobody shops there no more tax money well spent i say. mmm! Maybe i.m just a simple man.
I.m confused? Why don't they just blow the whole town up while the demolition teams are there. Nobody shops there no more tax money well spent i say. mmm! Maybe i.m just a simple man. newportscum

9:29am Fri 10 Jan 14

_Bryan_ says...

"Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre."

They're blowing up a car park, not the whole city centre...
"Seeing this unloved derelict eyesore come tumbling down will be a potent symbol that things are finally starting to change for the better in the city centre." They're blowing up a car park, not the whole city centre... _Bryan_

10:12am Fri 10 Jan 14

Vox Dei says...

newportscum wrote:
I.m confused? Why don't they just blow the whole town up while the demolition teams are there. Nobody shops there no more tax money well spent i say. mmm! Maybe i.m just a simple man.
No, you are an idiot.
[quote][p][bold]newportscum[/bold] wrote: I.m confused? Why don't they just blow the whole town up while the demolition teams are there. Nobody shops there no more tax money well spent i say. mmm! Maybe i.m just a simple man.[/p][/quote]No, you are an idiot. Vox Dei

11:48am Fri 10 Jan 14

jaggededge says...

The cost for all this demolition one and million how much would a tomahawk cruise missile cost? Maybe cheaper
The cost for all this demolition one and million how much would a tomahawk cruise missile cost? Maybe cheaper jaggededge

12:19pm Fri 10 Jan 14

broadjustice says...

Vox dei. The keyboard warrior is at it again.
Vox dei. The keyboard warrior is at it again. broadjustice

12:26pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Gareth says...

Ah, the local news comments section: a bubbling cauldron of pith, creativity and wit.
Ah, the local news comments section: a bubbling cauldron of pith, creativity and wit. Gareth

2:13pm Fri 10 Jan 14

gathin says...

Blowing up town is a great idea.
Surprised the town council haven't put that forward to the well-revenued planning committee.
Blowing up town is a great idea. Surprised the town council haven't put that forward to the well-revenued planning committee. gathin

2:21pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Gareth says...

Gareth wrote:
Ah, the local news comments section: a bubbling cauldron of pith, creativity and wit.
At time of writing, the above got two thumbs up!

Now that could be: two single very classy people; a double vote from one appreciative IT guru who understands the back-end stuff; or be the result of 103 yays and 101 boos. I'd prefer the latter, but hey ho.

It really doesn't matter, does it.

Sigh... there goes 20 seconds that NONE of us are getting back.

Sorry.
[quote][p][bold]Gareth[/bold] wrote: Ah, the local news comments section: a bubbling cauldron of pith, creativity and wit.[/p][/quote]At time of writing, the above got two thumbs up! Now that could be: two single very classy people; a double vote from one appreciative IT guru who understands the back-end stuff; or be the result of 103 yays and 101 boos. I'd prefer the latter, but hey ho. It really doesn't matter, does it. Sigh... there goes 20 seconds that NONE of us are getting back. Sorry. Gareth

8:18pm Fri 10 Jan 14

scraptheWAG says...

please also blow up that awful charvis tower as well
please also blow up that awful charvis tower as well scraptheWAG

10:23pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Jonnytrouble says...

Should be after 10am NOT 8am to 10 am ,some people like to have a lie in on a Sunday after doing a hard weeks work... not like Council workers !
Mon to Fri and finish early on a Friday ! that should stir things up a bit now LOL !
Should be after 10am NOT 8am to 10 am ,some people like to have a lie in on a Sunday after doing a hard weeks work... not like Council workers ! Mon to Fri and finish early on a Friday ! that should stir things up a bit now LOL ! Jonnytrouble

7:18pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Limestonecowboy says...

Where's the Charvis tower?
Where's the Charvis tower? Limestonecowboy

9:42pm Sat 11 Jan 14

bugsy93 says...

It would be of more benefit to Newport if it was the Council chambers instead.
It would be of more benefit to Newport if it was the Council chambers instead. bugsy93

10:03pm Sat 11 Jan 14

newportscum says...

Vox Dei wrote:
newportscum wrote:
I.m confused? Why don't they just blow the whole town up while the demolition teams are there. Nobody shops there no more tax money well spent i say. mmm! Maybe i.m just a simple man.
No, you are an idiot.
Yes i am an idiot ...because i live in Newport ... Loooool :)
[quote][p][bold]Vox Dei[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]newportscum[/bold] wrote: I.m confused? Why don't they just blow the whole town up while the demolition teams are there. Nobody shops there no more tax money well spent i say. mmm! Maybe i.m just a simple man.[/p][/quote]No, you are an idiot.[/p][/quote]Yes i am an idiot ...because i live in Newport ... Loooool :) newportscum

10:14pm Sat 11 Jan 14

newportscum says...

ps u knowz it brov pmsl.
ps u knowz it brov pmsl. newportscum

11:26pm Sat 11 Jan 14

varteg1 says...

Adrian Williams wrote:
Would be nice to get some clarification on the exact time of the explosion - myself and my kids would love to see it
Holiday in Syria!
[quote][p][bold]Adrian Williams[/bold] wrote: Would be nice to get some clarification on the exact time of the explosion - myself and my kids would love to see it[/p][/quote]Holiday in Syria! varteg1

11:30pm Sat 11 Jan 14

varteg1 says...

Steve811 wrote:
That's why I heard it was scheduled for 1, to give the police time to get the roads closed.
I thought it was to give the bizzies time to get out of bed.
[quote][p][bold]Steve811[/bold] wrote: That's why I heard it was scheduled for 1, to give the police time to get the roads closed.[/p][/quote]I thought it was to give the bizzies time to get out of bed. varteg1

1:09am Sun 12 Jan 14

russ angel says...

After this is done the whole shopping development needs to be addressed.The Kingsway Centre is empty plenty of room there,move the library and museum/gallery to the Westgate Hotel,and put the Multiplex cinema in the former library building.makes perfect sense.Landscape the old bus station and surrounding area over and have a recreational park.How's that?.90m saved.
After this is done the whole shopping development needs to be addressed.The Kingsway Centre is empty plenty of room there,move the library and museum/gallery to the Westgate Hotel,and put the Multiplex cinema in the former library building.makes perfect sense.Landscape the old bus station and surrounding area over and have a recreational park.How's that?.90m saved. russ angel

6:53am Sun 12 Jan 14

newportscum says...

Hay guys!!
I think i finally found the solution to Newport's problem why don't the council spend the 90m on a small nuke! that way they can wipe all the none working scroungers **** heads and chavs out and start over with decent educated people.
just a thought for the argus Readers
Hay guys!! I think i finally found the solution to Newport's problem why don't the council spend the 90m on a small nuke! that way they can wipe all the none working scroungers **** heads and chavs out and start over with decent educated people. just a thought for the argus Readers newportscum

8:38pm Wed 15 Jan 14

scraptheWAG says...

please blwo up that AWFUL charvis tower
please blwo up that AWFUL charvis tower scraptheWAG

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