No doubt they paid a team of 'management consultants' an obscene amount of (taxpayers') money to write some bullshit crapspeak document about this. And the government employee who commissioned the study and took the backhander will get a promotion or a knighthood.
I've been trying to get a response from TFL for a fortnight now. My business has to collect from Leyton every day & we just don't know whether or not we can get in there for the two months of the Olympics. If we can't it will be disastrous for us. Still, as long as sports day is alright, that's all that matters.
My guess would be 'prepare for several months of traffic chaos, roadblocks and the military / cops hooning around doing their best James Bond movie impersonations with all the cool new kit they got funding for'.
Governments usually prefer jazzy little made up words like 'remoding' to more accurate descriptions like 'stuff around' or 'complete nightmare.' Some tosser probably got a departmental award for inventing it...
Remoding is necessary to prevent the situation decontrolling, perhaps even conflagrating. Sometimes, people find that a new wordform only impenetrables what at basic is clear, informationally uncertaining auditioners about what's actually being implicationed. Anyone paradoxed by this should relanguage themselves in order to recognition what they read.
we desire to have at our disposable a singular, simple and unambiguous indicator whereby one can, with a simple click of the human interface device, indicate ones appreciation and general agreement with an earlier appearing statement, thereby demonstrating to all who have an interest in the topic being discussed, and the particular rumination of the immediately preceeding contributor to the topic which has been appended to the thread through the clever and articulate use of language, including idiom appropriate to convey the inner thoughts of aforesaid contributor ...what was I saying again - I, like the people who invented the remoding word, have lost the plot.