How long do you think we're
going to have to put up with this uneccesary no-mans-land between city and waterfront? I know there have been tentative investigations into the viability of
sinking it in to a tunnel and the like, but there must be a point coming with all the investment coming into the area whereby we just might be able to afford
to do it? If we don't do something soonish we'll have to wait for the next 'boom' who knows when?
I just imagine how valuable a strip of prime
waterfront real estate might be created if we say, halved the width of it from the Baltic to the Princes. We could earmark the land for an independently
occupied developement of locally-owned, Ramblas-style 24hour entertainment...or something.
I suppose the creation of the new bus terminal throws in a
spanner in the works like.