max33 wrote:This made me laugh out loud which is not good as I was drinking tea at the time. Someone photographed the 3D model for me but it was more about the tower in relation to other proposed tall buildings, but I am prepared to believe it will be ugly based on other new buildings in this area.public realm ( 2 trees and a bench )
Zoe wrote:I'm in agreement about the biscuit problem around here. Who would have known that lots of small supermarkets would cause a biscuit crisis.
Karen I wrote:KarenI missed this news item in January. I remember when this was built; it replaced lots of little Victorian shops and really was a bit of an eyesore. Allowing buildings to be knocked down and rebuild within 25 years really shouldn't be allowed; it is really bad news for the environment. I can't get to the exhibition so look forward to hearing about it.
James Hatts wrote:James. Thank you.. Now I remember. Oxfam.. Nice little shop/sThere was an Oxfam shop on the Meymott Street side.
And a photocopying / printing shop.
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