Good point mate , councils insist on having access underneath when on streets , this really pisses me off , there logic is someone can still work the paths but it just creates hassle all roundHow did they expect such a narrow scaffold to stay up without being tied in regularly along its length?
More curious than that. The article seems to suggest that the building was demolished before the scaffolding was erected.how can it be putlogged, timber through window or tied in if the building was being demolished?
It looks more like it should have been dropped a lift as work progressed.
case for the scaffold police.