The Laman Street Working Party had a workshop yesterday. Some extremely positive things came out of it. Don’t you wish you’d been there? (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘insurance’
A recurring theme of life is concern about what an insurance company would think about Stuff. The concerns of insurers is alleged to be the driving force behind the plans to remove the Laman Street figs and is just one example of fears of public liability beating commonsense.
I was reminded of a similar bizarre example of overblown risk by a friend this week. (more…)
Went to observe the first meeting of the Laman Street working party tonight and came away feeling mostly optimistic. What a sucker. (Hope not.) (more…)
Reading about trees, councils and insurance can consume loads of time. Fortunately it isn’t all depressing. (more…)
I’ve been trying to work out for a year now what motivates a government body to doggedly plan (excuse the split infinitive) the removal of huge, stunning, loved and valuable trees. It seems similar questions are being asked in cities all over the world. (more…)