Author Topic: Funding approved to demolish Piccadilly Gardens wall  (Read 173 times)

celeste

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-51832019


Almost 2m will be invested in the transformation of Piccadilly Gardens which includes the partial demolition of a controversial concrete wall.
Council officials approved the initial 1.8m for the first phase to improve the site in Manchester city centre.
The free-standing part of the landmark, [size=1rem]described as a "concrete monstrosity", will be demolished to make a "welcoming space", the council said.

But the final budget for the scheme is expected to be "considerably higher".


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Re: Funding approved to demolish Piccadilly Gardens wall
« Reply #1 on: 15:08:05, 11/03/20 »
Well Banksy would have a few ideas


It could be landscaped with a scenic look


A forest look would look interesting


Or maybe photos of the present councillors - ok forget that one.
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