Thursday 30 July 2015 4.51pm
It truly is a horror of design and completely incongruous in all senses of the word.
St. Andrew's school - in my view - is much the best and most attractive feature on Roupell Street
and is the only memorable building there the rest of the street seems to consist of 2up/2down Victorian terraced houses which would not be allowed to be built today.
I thought the residents believed the houses are poorly built and used that argument to have heavy traffic banned from Roupell especially HGVs in case the vibrations made the houses collapse.
I went to St. Andrew's in the 1940's when the courtyard had a block of lavatories or a shelter of some sort and therein and the removal of that and the opening up of the courtyard was a great improvement and still is and should not be
destroyed by noughts and crosses layouts.