For those really desperate for update. As of 12:30 today. Metal fence (silver/grey) on western boundary and on northern boundary to west side of gate. 7 foot high & similar style to those that would be around school boundaries. East of gate towards motorway looks untouched. Possible original fence hidden in undergrowth. Man in hi viz looking gate - standard style - JCB also on site.Yet to be confirmed if it is 'small or far away'
Can you give me a more detailed description of the Metal fence tomorrow please at the game ?
It'll be an honour, made up with more vertical than horizontal. After googling 'what are various bits of fence called' I believe it is 'post & rail' although I can't remember if all posts need to be grounded to be classed as this. I'm off for a lie down
I didn't say you'd lied but I felt your tone was far too condescending for someone that was wrong.
You needed shooting down and I done that.
There were gaps in the fence to the right side up to yesterday at least. It was the kind of gap where a full panel would have been too big so they must have cut some down to fit.
So you lied? There were no gaps Monday morning. So if there are now they must be adjusting it. What was condescending about my reply? You've been on here five minutes and are a qualified psychiatrist. Standards are improving. Or is that condescending as well?
Looking towards the front gate ,new metal fencing has been erected along the front of the property and down the right hand side next to the lane. The left hand side from the gate [towards the m5] is hedgerow with a wooden fence within it. That was mid afternoon today .
Just can't place where it's located ,is it near Thornbury?
Google search m4 m5 interchange, select images. I believe it's the south west segment or opposite side of the m5 from Bradley Stoke. I'm sure someone can stick the image on here.
I know it's against forum rules to post facts, but like others before me in this thread I have downloaded some of the supporting documents to both the original and recent BRFC planning applications for Colony Farm. The actual building proposal is very modest so I can see why they are drawing up new plans, anyway I thought they might be of interest so starting with the location and site plan here goes!
...and one last thing, in this month's Architecture Today magazine there is an article on Oriam, Scotland's new national sports performance centre on the Herriot Watt University campus, designed by Reiach & Hall, where they have taken design inspiration for the curvature of the roof over the indoor pitch from Roberto Carlos' celebrated long-range free kick against France in the 1997 Confederations Cup. Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris actually analysed the trajectory of the ball and discovered that it followed an equiangular spiral path which was then used as a template for the roof. I've got a feeling that if we used a similar approach based on BRFC players we could end up with quite a narrow but very tall space! 😉