Hi Jan,jan_olieslagers wrote: ↑23 Jul 2019, 21:22What has government to do with the BAC architecture? It is a private venture, isn't it?
And, as I've stated before, keep a clear distinction between short term and long term. Long term, your ideas may well be fine, though I wonder who is going to pay for them. Not the Belgian government, so much is clear - they're already short of money, actually very short.
But there is a more urgent problem on the short term, if I understand things all right.
I think that my first sentence was very clear:
"Regarding the E-Gates -> under the umbrella of the government" I was not writing anything about government and BAC architecture. Both has nothing to do with each other.
What I refer about is that the whole huge area has to be refurbished too, to make it modern, wider and efficient (which is under the umbrella of BAC) and to place it full with E-Gates (which is for the government)
Yes I know that the government is lack with money, around 7 billion euro. but you have to invest first to have a good return too.
Off topic, the Belgian industry starts to complain too that there is still no government, bcs they need also security and funds and a lot of other stuff.
I think you understand better now what I mean?