by Jez Bond
One of the many discussions in what has already been a multifaceted day has concerned the erection of temporary hoarding to the front of the property. This is the cladding, in plywood, of the outer face of the external scaffolding that enables contractors to safely undertake works to the outside of the building (for example creating our bay window). Without it there are health and safety issues as it would be very difficult to inhibit the release of dust or debris onto passers by. We were chatting about the size and shape of our hoarding and about the location of access doors within in. All very important but rather dull stuff. However… as I’m now on my way to the offices of Feast to see their first presentation of logos, I am wondering whether we should apply the updated brand and latest images to the hoarding when it’s all done. Well we should, of course.