jackie rokotnitz wrote:Whom shall we ask?
edd54 wrote:I'm open minded to see this shopping centre refurb. I genuinely think with care it could be interesting. And I'd defo live in the shopping centre if apartments opened up! It has quite a kitch charm. I love a bit of the Ele centre.
However I echo everyone else's frustration. Where is the consultation? This work has clearly been going behind closed doors. What about the transport?! The most desperate, important part of this regeneration is getting shot of the horrible roundabout and those nasty underpasses. Without that going, there's no point in any of it.
mensother wrote:totally agree with Jerry. When are we going to see real regeneration - not gentrification?
I would love all existing buidings to stay. not everone may like it, but it's a real example of the architecture of the time as well as real solid build which (if maintained!) can last at least another 30 years if not more ....
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