Southampton's controversial 'kinky hotel' Club Kiss has closed

Daily Echo: Martin Millar outside Club Kiss in Woolston Martin Millar outside Club Kiss in Woolston

IT IS a battle they had been fighting for months.

When a swingers’ club opened in the heart of a Southampton community at the end of September, residents pulled together in a show of defiance against the venue.

More than 1,000 homeowners in Woolston signed a petition against Club Kiss, which opened without planning permission from council chiefs.

But now residents can finally celebrate victory in their long-running campaign, after the man behind the “kinky” hotel, Martin Millar, moved the last of his equipment out of Milton House, in St Anne’s Road, yesterday.

Mr Millar has vowed to continue running his popular swingers’ parties – in Spain and Mexico.

As previously reported by the Daily Echo, council chiefs slapped a stop notice on the venue, preventing it from trading past December 2 last year.

Mr Millar had pledged to refer the decision to the planning inspectorate in Bristol, in a bid to re-open the venue.

But he told the Daily Echo: “I decided not to appeal against the council decision to close Club Kiss due to other business interests that I am now pursuing. I am now focusing on running swingers’ holidays in Spain from April and potentially Mexico later on in the year, as there is no money in running the business in Southampton anymore.

“I believe the owner of Milton House is now seeking planning permission to turn the building into flats, and if that is granted my lease on the building will be terminated.”

Ward councillor Warwick Payne, who is also the council’s housing and leisure boss, confirmed that a planning application had been submitted by Milton House owner, Pete Harding, to build two new apartments on vacant land next door to the site.

But he said that no application had been received to turn the former NHS rehabilitation centre into flats.

Cllr Payne added: “This is a great day for Woolston and it shows that the community will come together to fight against something that isn’t in the interests of the neighbourhood.

“Clearly this is a victory for the residents’ campaign to close Club Kiss, which opened without any permission from the council or consultation with residents. A quiet suburban family residential area was never the right location for a sex-based operation and it has been one of the most controversial issues I’ve dealt with during my time as a councillor.

“There will be a mixture of jubilation and relief for residents.

“We didn’t know how long the battle was going to last, but the residents were determined to see it through until the end and it looks like we have now reached that point.

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10:08am Sat 19 Jan 13

huckit P says...

Ah! More flats. If there is any justice they will be social housing. Then let the local residents complain!
Ah! More flats. If there is any justice they will be social housing. Then let the local residents complain! huckit P

10:19am Sat 19 Jan 13

ohec says...

Its a shame its closed as it appears there is a market for this type of club, its just a shame that Martin Millar doesn't go about things the right way and doing so must cost him a lot of money. As for the local residents i think they were just led like sheep by the ignorance of others.
Its a shame its closed as it appears there is a market for this type of club, its just a shame that Martin Millar doesn't go about things the right way and doing so must cost him a lot of money. As for the local residents i think they were just led like sheep by the ignorance of others. ohec

11:21am Sat 19 Jan 13

Linesman says...

ohec wrote:
Its a shame its closed as it appears there is a market for this type of club, its just a shame that Martin Millar doesn't go about things the right way and doing so must cost him a lot of money. As for the local residents i think they were just led like sheep by the ignorance of others.
If they were like sheep, they would attract a different clientele.
[quote][p][bold]ohec[/bold] wrote: Its a shame its closed as it appears there is a market for this type of club, its just a shame that Martin Millar doesn't go about things the right way and doing so must cost him a lot of money. As for the local residents i think they were just led like sheep by the ignorance of others.[/p][/quote]If they were like sheep, they would attract a different clientele. Linesman

11:37am Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

Oh dear oh dear, this is indeed a shame.

What was the problem with this place, were the locals worried bout people shagging behind closed doors & such, well guess what.......most people do it!

NIMBYS get a life & quit moaning bout everything that happens....Lighten up people of Woolston, it would have been the first decent thing to have happened in Woolston in a long time!
Oh dear oh dear, this is indeed a shame. What was the problem with this place, were the locals worried bout people shagging behind closed doors & such, well guess what.......most people do it! NIMBYS get a life & quit moaning bout everything that happens....Lighten up people of Woolston, it would have been the first decent thing to have happened in Woolston in a long time! SOULJACKER

11:39am Sat 19 Jan 13

Subject48 says...

this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)
this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;) Subject48

12:08pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Linesman says...

Subject48 wrote:
this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)
To what end?

Good marketing for free, for a product that is not available.

How clever is that?
[quote][p][bold]Subject48[/bold] wrote: this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)[/p][/quote]To what end? Good marketing for free, for a product that is not available. How clever is that? Linesman

12:49pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Niel says...

Ho-**** Road Chandlers Ford would have been a more logical location...
Ho-**** Road Chandlers Ford would have been a more logical location... Niel

1:58pm Sat 19 Jan 13

sarfhamton says...

Hope these NIMBYs get neighbours from hell in the new flats
Hope these NIMBYs get neighbours from hell in the new flats sarfhamton

2:05pm Sat 19 Jan 13

hulla baloo says...

Linesman wrote:
Subject48 wrote:
this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)
To what end?

Good marketing for free, for a product that is not available.

How clever is that?
Very clever when he opens his next 'hotel'
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Subject48[/bold] wrote: this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)[/p][/quote]To what end? Good marketing for free, for a product that is not available. How clever is that?[/p][/quote]Very clever when he opens his next 'hotel' hulla baloo

3:05pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Sir Ad E Noid says...

Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.
Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies. Sir Ad E Noid

3:12pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Stupideditor says...

If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue.

I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort.

As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS.. Stupideditor

4:04pm Sat 19 Jan 13

ohec says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.
How on earth you have the audacity to call us a miserable bunch i don't know, for it is you and your misguided bigoted friends who are the miserable ones, how you come to the conclusion that the value of your property would be affected i don't know, the building is still there and no matter what it is used for as long as it all goes on behind closed doors it is none of your business anymore than what goes on behind your door is anybody else's business although i don't suppose you indulge in sex if i dare mention that word you are to sad and miserable. I just hope that whatever the building and its land are used for it does reduce the value of your hard earn t property and also is detrimental to your lifestyle.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.[/p][/quote]How on earth you have the audacity to call us a miserable bunch i don't know, for it is you and your misguided bigoted friends who are the miserable ones, how you come to the conclusion that the value of your property would be affected i don't know, the building is still there and no matter what it is used for as long as it all goes on behind closed doors it is none of your business anymore than what goes on behind your door is anybody else's business although i don't suppose you indulge in sex if i dare mention that word you are to sad and miserable. I just hope that whatever the building and its land are used for it does reduce the value of your hard earn t property and also is detrimental to your lifestyle. ohec

5:02pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.
@ Sir Ad E Noid - Hahahaha, Oh my Lord, I live in Bevois Valley & own my own house too & this is tame for my area, lol

I would love something like that round here....all we got is drug dealers & Ho's & such.

People are having sex all the time (maybe not you) but wind it in for Christs sake who are they hurting!

As for wetting your pants, I am sure they could entertain that niche too (each to their own I guess)...you only have to ask :)

As for being miserable, nah that just ain't me, I am just a little dysfunctional I guess but not miserable :P
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.[/p][/quote]@ Sir Ad E Noid - Hahahaha, Oh my Lord, I live in Bevois Valley & own my own house too & this is tame for my area, lol I would love something like that round here....all we got is drug dealers & Ho's & such. People are having sex all the time (maybe not you) but wind it in for Christs sake who are they hurting! As for wetting your pants, I am sure they could entertain that niche too (each to their own I guess)...you only have to ask :) As for being miserable, nah that just ain't me, I am just a little dysfunctional I guess but not miserable :P SOULJACKER

5:07pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

ohec wrote:
Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.
How on earth you have the audacity to call us a miserable bunch i don't know, for it is you and your misguided bigoted friends who are the miserable ones, how you come to the conclusion that the value of your property would be affected i don't know, the building is still there and no matter what it is used for as long as it all goes on behind closed doors it is none of your business anymore than what goes on behind your door is anybody else's business although i don't suppose you indulge in sex if i dare mention that word you are to sad and miserable. I just hope that whatever the building and its land are used for it does reduce the value of your hard earn t property and also is detrimental to your lifestyle.
Hahahahahaha, that is far too funny & I completely agree ohec :)

8==========>~~~~~~~~


Should have gone for BDSM (Bondage & Discipline/ Dominance & Submission/ Sado-Masochism) as well in case you are wondering NIMBY's
[quote][p][bold]ohec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: Glad this has come to a conclusion that the majority wanted. Now for the others: Ohec, SOULJACKER, Sarfhampton et al, I note you don't request that the Club moves near to you. There is only two reasons for this. The first is because you don't own your own house so you will not lose anything, especially in the value of your property, that you have worked hard to purchase. The second is because you are a miserable bunch and think they have to comment on everything and support the unsupportable minority, especially something as contentious as this. Please feel free to repost, I am wetting my pants in anticipation of your inane replies.[/p][/quote]How on earth you have the audacity to call us a miserable bunch i don't know, for it is you and your misguided bigoted friends who are the miserable ones, how you come to the conclusion that the value of your property would be affected i don't know, the building is still there and no matter what it is used for as long as it all goes on behind closed doors it is none of your business anymore than what goes on behind your door is anybody else's business although i don't suppose you indulge in sex if i dare mention that word you are to sad and miserable. I just hope that whatever the building and its land are used for it does reduce the value of your hard earn t property and also is detrimental to your lifestyle.[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, that is far too funny & I completely agree ohec :) 8==========>~~~~~~~~ Should have gone for BDSM (Bondage & Discipline/ Dominance & Submission/ Sado-Masochism) as well in case you are wondering NIMBY's SOULJACKER

5:07pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

Stupideditor wrote:
If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue.

I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort.

As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Yep I agree :)
[quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Yep I agree :) SOULJACKER

5:09pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

Niel wrote:
Ho-**** Road Chandlers Ford would have been a more logical location...
Ah, you mean Ho **** road don't you, lol, hahahahaha
[quote][p][bold]Niel[/bold] wrote: Ho-**** Road Chandlers Ford would have been a more logical location...[/p][/quote]Ah, you mean Ho **** road don't you, lol, hahahahaha SOULJACKER

5:10pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

SOULJACKER wrote:
Niel wrote:
Ho-**** Road Chandlers Ford would have been a more logical location...
Ah, you mean Ho **** road don't you, lol, hahahahaha
darn it they don't like the word C.U.M do they 8========>~~~~~~
[quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Niel[/bold] wrote: Ho-**** Road Chandlers Ford would have been a more logical location...[/p][/quote]Ah, you mean Ho **** road don't you, lol, hahahahaha[/p][/quote]darn it they don't like the word C.U.M do they 8========>~~~~~~ SOULJACKER

5:19pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

sarfhamton wrote:
Hope these NIMBYs get neighbours from hell in the new flats
Now that will be funny cause they deserve it.

Maybe a 'Crack House' or a 'Shabeen' now that would be funny :))))))
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: Hope these NIMBYs get neighbours from hell in the new flats[/p][/quote]Now that will be funny cause they deserve it. Maybe a 'Crack House' or a 'Shabeen' now that would be funny :)))))) SOULJACKER

5:21pm Sat 19 Jan 13

cantthinkofone says...

I hope all the previous visitors carry on visiting, but make the car-park outside their venue instead.
I hope all the previous visitors carry on visiting, but make the car-park outside their venue instead. cantthinkofone

5:35pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
I hope all the previous visitors carry on visiting, but make the car-park outside their venue instead.
Hahahaha, yeah that's what we get in our car park loads of used Jonnies, ewwwwwwww :)
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I hope all the previous visitors carry on visiting, but make the car-park outside their venue instead.[/p][/quote]Hahahaha, yeah that's what we get in our car park loads of used Jonnies, ewwwwwwww :) SOULJACKER

5:40pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SOULJACKER says...

Now just because I got my drank on .......they should have used 'Dave Allen Coe' as their in house anthem........Listen & enjoy people :)

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=jPNX9WBw1
rs
Now just because I got my drank on .......they should have used 'Dave Allen Coe' as their in house anthem........Listen & enjoy people :) http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=jPNX9WBw1 rs SOULJACKER

6:41pm Sat 19 Jan 13

J.P.M says...

Pity - because I know a guy who applied for a managerial job here - just this week.

Never mind NIGEL, there will be other opportunities

ha ha ha ha ha !
Pity - because I know a guy who applied for a managerial job here - just this week. Never mind NIGEL, there will be other opportunities ha ha ha ha ha ! J.P.M

9:57pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

hulla baloo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Subject48 wrote: this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)
To what end? Good marketing for free, for a product that is not available. How clever is that?
Very clever when he opens his next 'hotel'
Not really since all this free advertising is on a website which mainly focuses on Southampton issues not much use for his future projects in Bristol and Spain
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Subject48[/bold] wrote: this chap is very clever. Just look at the amount of press coverage he got. Good marketing for free ;)[/p][/quote]To what end? Good marketing for free, for a product that is not available. How clever is that?[/p][/quote]Very clever when he opens his next 'hotel'[/p][/quote]Not really since all this free advertising is on a website which mainly focuses on Southampton issues not much use for his future projects in Bristol and Spain Pikey-Biker

9:59pm Sat 19 Jan 13

IronLady2010 says...

This guy will be back with a new legal venue. He knows full well The Echo will cover his new venture based upon his history, he'll be laughing all the way to the bwank!
This guy will be back with a new legal venue. He knows full well The Echo will cover his new venture based upon his history, he'll be laughing all the way to the bwank! IronLady2010

10:18pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

ohec wrote:
Its a shame its closed as it appears there is a market for this type of club, its just a shame that Martin Millar doesn't go about things the right way and doing so must cost him a lot of money. As for the local residents i think they were just led like sheep by the ignorance of others.
You certainly changed your tune with your comment regarding the local residents
[quote][p][bold]ohec[/bold] wrote: Its a shame its closed as it appears there is a market for this type of club, its just a shame that Martin Millar doesn't go about things the right way and doing so must cost him a lot of money. As for the local residents i think they were just led like sheep by the ignorance of others.[/p][/quote]You certainly changed your tune with your comment regarding the local residents Pikey-Biker

10:44pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

Stupideditor wrote:
If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
[quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections. Pikey-Biker

11:11pm Sat 19 Jan 13

IronLady2010 says...

****-Biker wrote:
Stupideditor wrote:
If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
I dunno, if it were on my doorstep............
....
[quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.[/p][/quote]I dunno, if it were on my doorstep............ .... IronLady2010

9:39am Sun 20 Jan 13

WOOLSTONCHAP says...

Well im a resident of woolston and was not aware of any votes on this, but would have voted to keep the hotel and my nose out of other peoples business.
Well im a resident of woolston and was not aware of any votes on this, but would have voted to keep the hotel and my nose out of other peoples business. WOOLSTONCHAP

8:27pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Martinmillar says...

Like to thank everyone for there support and views. Great coverage by Luke Tugby.

I haven't really followed everything on here but did have a read tonight.

Anyone interested in coming to any swingers parties or holidays please get in touch houseparties4u@gmail
.com

With regards to councillor Payne you done woolston proud.
Like to thank everyone for there support and views. Great coverage by Luke Tugby. I haven't really followed everything on here but did have a read tonight. Anyone interested in coming to any swingers parties or holidays please get in touch houseparties4u@gmail .com With regards to councillor Payne you done woolston proud. Martinmillar

9:11pm Sun 20 Jan 13

kingnotail says...

****-Biker wrote:
Stupideditor wrote:
If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..
[quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'.. kingnotail

9:42pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

kingnotail wrote:
****-Biker wrote:
Stupideditor wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..
Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?
[quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..[/p][/quote]Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments? Pikey-Biker

11:01pm Sun 20 Jan 13

kingnotail says...

****-Biker wrote:
kingnotail wrote:
****-Biker wrote:
Stupideditor wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..
Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?
Who said I was anti-hampshire?
[quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..[/p][/quote]Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?[/p][/quote]Who said I was anti-hampshire? kingnotail

11:45pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

kingnotail wrote:
****-Biker wrote:
kingnotail wrote:
****-Biker wrote:
Stupideditor wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..
Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?
Who said I was anti-hampshire?
I think you did old boy, you seem quite negative about certain locations but i have never seen a positive comment.
[quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..[/p][/quote]Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?[/p][/quote]Who said I was anti-hampshire?[/p][/quote]I think you did old boy, you seem quite negative about certain locations but i have never seen a positive comment. Pikey-Biker

11:47am Mon 21 Jan 13

Subject48 says...

@Martinmillar Good luck with your future business ventures!
@Martinmillar Good luck with your future business ventures! Subject48

5:17am Tue 22 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

Martin
Perhaps a little more research and try and get the local council on your side before you open another “hotel”
Martin Perhaps a little more research and try and get the local council on your side before you open another “hotel” Pikey-Biker

5:21am Tue 22 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

****-Biker wrote:
kingnotail wrote:
****-Biker wrote:
kingnotail wrote:
****-Biker wrote:
Stupideditor wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..
Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.
Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..
Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?
Who said I was anti-hampshire?
I think you did old boy, you seem quite negative about certain locations but i have never seen a positive comment.
@kingnotail

I take it by your silence that you remember your remark you made about hampshire?
[quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]****-Biker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stupideditor[/bold] wrote: If he was running this business legitimately then he would have been paying local tax. Southampton is now loosing out from this revenue. I wander if the locals would complain ifthis property was used as a care home with moaning of a different sort. As a culture of diversity those that signed this petition are no more than NIMBYS..[/p][/quote]Woolston isn’t exactly a ‘happening’ place and considering what Woolston has in the local area I think it was a poor choice to set up there, if it was set up in the city centre I don’t think there would be as many objections.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha nowhere in Southampton is 'happening'..[/p][/quote]Do you spout anything else rather than anti Southampton or anti Hampshire comments?[/p][/quote]Who said I was anti-hampshire?[/p][/quote]I think you did old boy, you seem quite negative about certain locations but i have never seen a positive comment.[/p][/quote]@kingnotail I take it by your silence that you remember your remark you made about hampshire? Pikey-Biker

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