Management rabbits on about the village atmosphere but there's no heart to this 'village'. What it needs is a square - a place to stop, enjoy the views, and have a coffee or a meal in the open air. Imagine a paved area with a fountain and umbrellas, and visible from the road so that passers-by decide to stop. The obvious candidate was Slalom Plaza but that was screwed by the QT development and by having to become a pedestrian cross-road. Gully is a possibility but the views aren't good. QT's view-robbing is just another case of private profit pursued at the expense of the public good. The only asset the resort has is space and of course it's going to trade space for development (witness the ATS proposal) but how hard it goes into the negotiations to ensure public goods are also produced is the question.