Re: Nelligan - National Childrens' Hospital Site - Wrong Site Picked for Political Reasons
I had understood that planning aspects would be assessed this time as part of overall site suitability. If it is true that this has not been done it is a debacle and the most appalling bungling incompetence.
Originally Posted by PaddyJoe
All prospective sites should have been tested against town / land use planning considerations before looking at anything else. If a site, because of its size, location, or lack of accessibility, could not meet basic requirements for the project (as is plainly the case with the Mater) then it should not be considered further. It was the first thing, not the last, that should have been checked.
“ We cannot withdraw our cards from the game. Were we as silent and mute as stones, our very passivity would be an act. ”
— Jean-Paul Sartre