Tuesday, 4 December 2007

Irlam development 'has universal appeal'

Fairhills Point has been invariably described as ideal for mobility impaired, airport workers, commuters and for people attracted by an eclectic community, within numerous press releases and news-ads. Located on a former urban wildscape and a neighbourhood shopping centre, the development has not been too popular with locals. Despite remarkable mix of bland and exciting architecture, the housing here lies outside of mainstream life of the town. Some of the new facilities promised in the planning such as shops and a new pub haven't emerged, giving little reason for people from other parts of Irlam to visit the area.

Source: Manchester.com - News - Irlam development 'has universal appeal'


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