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Neville Morgan

Neville Morgan

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  • Comment on: Pitman Tozer unwraps Notting Hill terrace revamp

    Neville Morgan's comment 9-Aug-2013 8:04 pm

    No ground floor plan and no costs. Dreadful lack of storage throughout especially first floor bedrooms which are really minimal and beds against the wall are far from ideal. The ensuite at first floor should have had a pocket door, the outward opening door is both impractical and potentially dangerous. Visually it looks good but I'm not sure it will prove a practical place to live.

  • Comment on: Pitman Tozer unwraps Notting Hill terrace revamp

    Neville Morgan's comment 9-Aug-2013 6:19 pm

    No ground floor plan and no costs. Dreadful lack of storage throughout especially first floor bedrooms which are really minimal and beds against the wall are far from ideal. The ensuite at first floor should have had a pocket door, the outward opening door is both impractical and potentially dangerous. Visually it looks good but I'm not sure it will prove a practical place to live.

  • Comment on: Robert Adam unveils 'traditional' village expansion

    Neville Morgan's comment 20-Jun-2013 1:18 am

    Is human waste thrown out of buckets from the top windows ?

  • Comment on: George Oldham found guilty of misconduct over ‘ethnics’ email

    Neville Morgan's comment 18-Apr-2013 12:22 pm

    George Oldham has been wasting the time and resources of ARB for years on unnecessary, spurious and irrelevant arguments between ARB and RIBA. Thank you Oldham for this ill-considered approach when the profession sinks lower and lower in the eyes of the general public. Heard the word co-operation when it comes to promoting the role of architects in society - I guess not. Your jibe about "ethnics" clearly has racial overtones and was meant to be divisive or you would not have couched it in those terms. Whilst I agree with Yasmin Shariff, one can hardly blame ARB for the wording of an Act drafted by civil servants and passed by politicians. Had Oldham not wasted ARB's time all these years then perhaps ARB and RIBA would have had the time to sit down together and lobby politicians to bring about such changes. Oldham's actions have clearly held back the profession in a time when much needed positive action was needed to promote the relevance of architects in today's society and as such, in my view, erasure from the register would be fully justified.

  • Comment on: Relaxed rules for house extensions could become permanent, says minister

    Neville Morgan's comment 17-Oct-2012 7:29 pm

    A charter for cowboy builders and slum landlords. Will do nothing for the housebuilding industry other than encourage more shoddy unsustainable extensions and produce yet more party wall, boundary and other neighbour disputes. Encouraging more affordable housing is what is needed not sops to the middle and upper classes. Bowles is out of touch and frankly incompetent. Still what do you expect from the Tory party.

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