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Planning Permission to be relaxed (again)
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I've experienced deliberate self-sabotage by building contractors in order to extend the time taken to complete a project. The companies/individuals in question being paid by the day so in effect lining their own pockets at the expense of tax-payers, utility customers etc.
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That's a bit different from the usual basic incompetence
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Jack Wrote:I've experienced deliberate self-sabotage by building contractors in order to extend the time taken to complete a project. The companies/individuals in question being paid by the day so in effect lining their own pockets at the expense of tax-payers, utility customers etc.
To be fair there are also a number of archaeological units who will drag a watching brief out if on a day-rate and there is not much happening elsewhere...Which goes to prove, those who sup with the devil should use very long spoons....
With peace and consolation hath dismist, And calm of mind all passion spent...
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kevin wooldridge Wrote:To be fair there are also a number of archaeological units who will drag a watching brief out if on a day-rate and there is not much happening elsewhere...Which goes to prove, those who sup with the devil should use very long spoons....

Poor strategy for getting repeat work, but am guessing they're the same outfits who also always manage to find nothing?
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