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One New Change by St Paul's

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Tuesday 24 August 2010 10.01pm
Walked past there today, I'm afraid its under whelming to say the least,could be any bogstandard shoping center any where in the uk , Paternoster squire for all the criticism it has had is much better.
Friday 27 August 2010 8.41am
Both sites had the same planning consultants!!!!
Friday 15 October 2010 11.57pm
Its worse at night, you can just see strait in to the building,
Some one pulled the wool over someone's eyes with this one.
Sunday 12 December 2010 12.03pm
The one commendable attribute the building has is the glass elevator to the roof terrace , I went up there yesterday , the view of St pauls from the top is very good mainly because you cant see the building your standing on top of, the shopping centre itself is like a freezing cold windy 1970s concert bunker faced in grey steel , I wasn’t impressed , which is a shame as it connects on to some interesting narrow city streets and alleyways with old pubs,

a missed opportunity to do something much better.
Sunday 12 December 2010 2.32pm
it has Superdry...thats a huge plus!
Monday 13 December 2010 11.18am
Yep, it'll concentrate all the tasteless oiks in one place, won't it, b-paul.

That was what you meant, wasn't it?

...if you press it, they will come.
Monday 13 December 2010 12.13pm
Nope..i actually quite like their tee-shirts!
Tuesday 14 December 2010 9.54am
The only good things about this centre is Barbacoa, food from a different world!
Tuesday 14 December 2010 12.45pm
boroughpaul wrote:
Nope..i actually quite like their tee-shirts!

Is it the Japanese connection you like?

I ask because it's all a bluff, it's UK designed and owned.

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