Manchester City developer submits latest housing plans

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  1. mancityvstoke

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    those daft rusty lamps are mental.....no light one way...blind you the other
     
  2. billfromthehill

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    It's the john Nash crescent of today it will be a shithole in ten yrs from now.
     
  3. mancityvstoke

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    Full of hippy vans
     
  4. Gaudion M

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    Ahh but its been a shit hole for the last 30 years so 10 good years is an improvement.
     
  5. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Looks to be less of an eyesore than those monstrosities that Giggs 'n Neville were backing for Albert Square!
     
  6. pirate

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    dont leave it derelict, but good architecture costs the same as shite architecture
     
  7. GeekinGav

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    wasnt just me that questioned the name of the project then? lol
     
  8. EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    No it hasn't.
     
  9. GeekinGav

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    is this the '£1billion project' that was reported?

    going off of the number of houses in Swan Vesta, Limpwank and Murray's Mints, each one would would have to sell for £1.9m each just to break even on £1billion ... that cant be right?
     
  10. Marvin

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    The industrial estate started closing down int the 60s and 70s. What do you remember or know about the period after that? It was very run down by the time the COMs went up.
     

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