A Window of Opportunity

Some curious locals who live near Wallasey Town Hall have approached us with further enquiries about the case of the window frame that fell from the south annexe building on to the street below which you can remind about here :  A Sick Building for a Sick Organisation

They have also provided some handy pictures capturing the equipment that used to undertake the repairs and a close up of the work that has since been undertaken :
Observers tell us that two labourers used the mobile platform to screw L brackets into the rotten window frames (!) to stop one of them falling out again.
Let’s hope cash-strapped Wirral Council did everything they could to procure the best value for money for the job and it wasn’t a window of opportunity for a contractor to make a killing.
Anybody care to make a guess as to how much a job like this might cost ?
a) £1,500 ?
b) £5,000 ?
c) £8,500 ?

6 thoughts on “A Window of Opportunity

  1. G’day Leaks


    If the genia of Regurgitation


    These experts that will still not admit that Wirral “Funny” Bizz were corrupt and a disgrace to the human race.

    What did they do nearly 8 years ago now?

    Lied through their teeth and still living their lieas.



    I hope their lies are festering in their overfed fat misshapen oversized bodies.


    That’s were I met AdderleyDadderleyDooLally and his dogsbody the stinking “Chamber Potty” under his ridiculous football shirt with his name on the back


    and sponsor on the front

    “LIES AR US”

  2. If it was North West Construction, the top figure or higher.

    With bits falling off and a threat to life and limb, this reminds me of the Redmond Building in Liverpool where a large piece of modular concrete(?) cladding crashed to the ground, forcing an expensive patch up job that’s ugly in anyone’s book. The company who built it and somehow kept its name out of the following Echo article was Wates Construction.


  3. By no stretch of imagination can it cost any more than £10 per window that includes the cost of survey, estimate, material, labour, scaffolding, insurance, administration, management, and an acceptable level of profit.
    Ask for a detailed breakdown of actual cost on completion of work for audit report.

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