Northumbia idle going up for sale

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by charlie, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. charlie Member

  2. charlie Member

    Door's boarded up and soil moved but the rest of the rubbish remain's
    It was'nt until I parked over the road that I noticed 2 doors open and 2 chav's one on a peddle bike hanging about he was trying the intercom on the door were the security guard was seen going in .

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  3. veravendetter Member

    What a fucking clip this place is. Glad to hear the charvers are taking an interest in its downfall. Like mosquitos bothering a dying cow.
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  4. RightOn Member

    had to look up charvers
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  5. RolandRB Member

    Don't know about the other charvers but I'd be a bit upset if somebody took away my Bella den.
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  10. charlie Member

    bella n. Bella Brusco, a cheap sparkling white wine that gets one peeved-up for a couple of quid a bottle. It’s the Charver Carva, perfect for that tab-lit chip supper and best served at bus-stop temperature. See also White Shite, Paggered and Monged-up.
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  11. RightOn Member

    ok you wallys stop it, I don't have time to look all this UK slang lol!!!
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  12. veravendetter Member

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  14. RolandRB Member

    If I woz a charver I wouldn't be happy of being robbed of my bella den by Scientologists. I'd become even more anti-social than on a normal day.
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  15. RolandRB Member

    Maybe they had left some crates of Bellabrusco inside for safe keeping and were politely asking for them back.

    That building looks a good place to party in.
  16. charlie Member

    Conservatory ready made for it LOL.
  17. RolandRB Member

    Ay, they could have a reet smashin time in dar :)
  18. veravendetter Member

    Is the org in Jamaica? ;)

    Only joking Ro-land
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  19. charlie Member

    Creased LOL .
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  20. Dodgy characters seen lurking around the org recently -

    3trisha1.jpg [IMG]

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  21. RolandRB Member

    The tart looks kosher but the chavs look well hard. I bet they could put on a party there.
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    Zammo and Gripper. lol
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  23. AnonLover Member

    ahhhh.... brit version of mad dog, aka wino swino [charver bella]
  24. Anonymous Member

    loopy juice
  25. RolandRB Member

    Crisps are bad for you. Give me a balut any day! Here is a video of me eating one.

  26. charlie Member

    Its a teenage thing they all chip in there 50's get a adult (brain dead one preferably) to buy it for them .
  27. RolandRB Member

    If they got organised they could get their Bellabrusco for just over a pound a bottle. They should get one of their parents to do this. Strike a deal - if they do the ordering then they won't disorder the house. Then they could sell it on to their friends and make 10p a bottle on it which will soon add up if they are each drinking three of them a night. Beats staying in and doing poxy homework.
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  28. BigBeard Member

    After going over those pics showing the condition of the building, I could use a drink myself. I really hate seeing old buildings purchased for some supposedly noble purpose left to rot like that. Part of me wonders if it's a deliberate strategy to get around the landmark issue, letting it deteriorate to the point their ordered to demolish it. The building they purchased in Boston comes to mind.

    Is there any way they can be forced to start making repairs, or at least forced out so someone who might actually do something constructive can get the building??

  29. RolandRB Member

    The local council would take out a compulsory purchase order if they felt the building was not being looked after. And if they did it is almost a given that the clams would lose out financially.
  30. charlie Member

    I was told by gateshead council's listed buildings department that there was no way they would get any grants or help with the redevelopment of the building and compulsory purchase order was out of the question probably due to gateshead council getting screwed when they stuck all there cash in icelandic banks .
  31. veravendetter Member

    If that's really you, bravo. I've seen them before and I couldn't entertain even putting it near my mouth.

    Wonder what Janice and Ray would make of your tasty balut?
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  32. xenubarb Member

    I know what that is and I would not eat it with your mouth.
  33. RolandRB Member

    Nonsense, a baby could eat one.

    A YouTube search on "Remy Eats" and "Remy Drinks" yields some interesting clips.
  34. RolandRB Member

    I am thinking along the lines of announcing a flash Bellabrusco rave party to be held at a suitable location in Gateshead.

    I hope Corby gets an invite. He is my hero.

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  35. I'm there - what an amazing and entertaining kid!

    Miranda, you have to see these!
  36. veravendetter Member

    " he's polishing off that drink I found in the street . . ." LOLOLOLOL

    they sound more mackem than geordie
  37. xenubarb Member

    A baby could eat one, but that's not the point.
    Yuk. Eggs with embryos in them. My Vietnamese teacher used to chortle over balut. She'd smack her lips and say, "Taste like chikken soup!"
    I prefer mine out of a pan, thankyouveddymuch. Eggs aren't supposed to have chunks in them.
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  38. Anonymous Member

    A question for the localfags. If the building did deteriorate to such an extent it had to be demolished, would the cult be better off financially? What I mean is would it be left with a nice patch of prime land, ready for development into a nice block of flats or something, rather than a Victorian property which would need extensive renovation and is constrained by being a listed building?
  39. charlie Member

    This is still on the planning website
    I think nothings a prime patch these days . But how would they explain turning there ideal org into housing to thousands of local members ? .
  40. RolandRB Member

    Is "NAB Properties" clam-owned or did the clams buy it off them? If they bought it with planning permission already granted then they would have paid over the odds for it if they had no intention of redeveloping it and the land. I assume the 27 apartments will be in the listed building itself. I'd be interested to see how they propose to split the building up into useful apartments each with enough light coming in. And what would they do with the conservatory front?

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