It is impacted. All construction on hold for two weeks, including stadiums, roads, the new airport, etc. Nothing is considered 'essential' this time around.Probably a silly question. I do not really keep up with the Sydney rules and restrictions, but with the rules regarding construction in Sydney is it likely the development of the house will be impacted at all? Or is it deemed essential?
Given the size of Olympic park they have picked a location right next to the road/public footpath.
Yeah that plywood wall looks so lightweight it could fall over if you farted too close to it. Not sure what it's like at Olympic Park but at Mascot where I used to work it could get some very gusty winds at times.I mean it's right next to a road, and a bus stop. It also looks very "set" like, I understand it was always a house set but walls are literally being held up by other pieces of wood that looks like it could collapse. It may not, just looks like it.
Keeping it cheap that’s why they are doing it this way in the first place. The whole point of BB on seven is a filler that is cost effective, can be manipulated to the story they want and fills a schedule.Realistically to make Big Brother work, 7 needs to commit to it for at least 5 years and build a semi-permanent, BBUK esque compound.
If 10 were able to take a risk with $13 Million in 2001 to build a dedicated production facility and compound, then why can’t 7 do the same now?