I have just returned from the Dudley Council House, after presenting my questions to the select commitee. These were my questions;
1. There are concerns about the structural integrity of the red cone site, in particular movement of the red cone which could cause it to implode, and flooding of the tunnels underneath the red cone site.
Can you confirm that a full structural survey of the red cone site will be done, prior to moving the glass collection held at Broadfield House Glass Museum and the results will be made public?
2. Can you confirm that Miss Sally Orton is a trustee of the Red House Cone?
3. How much is the feasibility study costing the tax payer?
4. Regarding the commitments made by Karen Shakespeare What are the arrangements that have been set in place for "engaging all of the organisations and groups who have shown their interest in the future of the
museum" and to ensure a "substantial amount of public consultation throughout the process"?
5. Regarding commitments made by Karen Shakespeare "One thing I can assure you of is that the details of whatever comes from this feasibility study will be in the public domain long before a final decision is made" What is the timescale of the decision making process when can we expect the report from the consultants to be in the public domain and how long afterwards will a final decision be made?