The first link takes you to a satellite photo of the Hamburg arena, the second link takes you to a satellite photo of the site where Arrowcroft and the council want to build their unwanted arena
-Croydon arena site
I wonder if anyone from the council or Arrowcroft can spot the differences?
Here's a few clues:
- In Hamburg there is ample space for cars to park, and for coaches containing performers and their entourages to offload etc.
- The Hamburg arena is surrounded by forest, and a good way away from residential and commercial areas.
- The Hamburg arena road routes are designated for specific forms of traffic. The west/east road on the southern side is for taxis only on the left side, and only for buses, and shuttle buses for Stellinger station on the right.
Do I really need to point out the differences?
-Located in the middle of an urban sprawl
-Located near to residential and commercial areas
-No dedicated roads
-No space for parking or coaches etc
Seriously, who are the council and Arrowcroft trying to kid when they say the two schemes are comparable?
How stupid do they think we are?