Getting new investment into Swanage Swanage, like most seaside resorts, is living off investment made in the nineteenth century. We make a virtue of it and call it heritage but how long do we expect it to last?What investment has there been in facilities for the public in the last century? We could not even agree on a marina to stop boats being blown onto the beach every time theres an east wind. Does anyone have any ideas for attracting investment? Say something which would directly and indirectly create 100 new jobs here.
-- Posted by Keith Roker to swanage view at 3/13/2005 01:45:20 PM
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