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#301073 - 16th Mar 2009 3:44pm Buildings you would like to see demolished
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We all talk about how things have changed and places perhaps don't look as pretty as they once were. Are there any modern or even old eyesores on the Wirral that you think should never been built?


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#301094 - 16th Mar 2009 4:48pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: DanLongman]
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The whole of Seacombe! lol

...just kidding!

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#301106 - 16th Mar 2009 5:14pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: ]
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I've never particlary liked the Cherry Tree Centre myself. Just seem wrong smile

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#301109 - 16th Mar 2009 5:24pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: DanLongman]
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That orange treasury(?) building in Birkenhead, seemed to be the lead to build anything, never mind how it looks.

Anything residential higher than 5 stories, this includes/included Mersey Park flats, Woodchurch, Ford, Oak & Eldon etc.

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#301134 - 16th Mar 2009 6:12pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: diggingdeeper]
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The Inland Revenue building is appalling, opposite the Cheshire Lines.

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#301140 - 16th Mar 2009 6:20pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
The whole of Seacombe! lol

...just kidding!
nothing here to knock down!
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#301149 - 16th Mar 2009 7:17pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: RUDEBOX]
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the new apartments built near liverpool one and SaltHouse dock.

they look horrid and you can have one *From £99.000!

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#301203 - 16th Mar 2009 9:32pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: Wheels]
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the north end, all of it. {where is that tin hat} the grenades are on there way over.
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#301233 - 16th Mar 2009 10:32pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: jimbob]
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laugh lol
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#301294 - 16th Mar 2009 11:24pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: _Ste_]
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Funny enough i want the pyramids shopping centre to be demoslished it just doesnt look right and i hate it..
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#301347 - 17th Mar 2009 12:07am Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: SoundLad]
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Originally Posted By: SoundLad
Funny enough i want the pyramids shopping centre to be demoslished it just doesnt look right and i hate it..


Not controversial enough. I'm not expecting anyone to agree with me but I think they should pull down SS Peter & Paul's now defunct church in New Brighton asap. It's one of the ugliest buildings I've ever seen. The parishoners have moved to All Saints church nearby, (and are in negotiations to buy it), whilst the old church adds dereliction to it's base ugliness. Why it was given a Grade II listing is beyond me, it's a ginormous 1930's brick eyesore.

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#301360 - 17th Mar 2009 12:12am Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: Shambo]
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I dont care if its controversial enough i hate the site of it and it just doesnt go with how birkenhead used to look its modern and its stupid and why its called the pyramids is beyond me.. Ohhh the windows is that it ?? come on get some balls and call it The Grange Road Mall or something and not something that it isnt..
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#301385 - 17th Mar 2009 12:35am Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: SoundLad]
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Originally Posted By: SoundLad
I dont care if its controversial enough i hate the site of it and it just doesnt go with how birkenhead used to look its modern and its stupid and why its called the pyramids is beyond me.. Ohhh the windows is that it ?? come on get some balls and call it The Grange Road Mall or something and not something that it isnt..


Apparently, whilst it was under construction the frame resembled pyramids and the name sort of stuck.

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#301390 - 17th Mar 2009 1:46am Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: Shambo]
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Originally Posted By: Shambo
Originally Posted By: SoundLad
Funny enough i want the pyramids shopping centre to be demoslished it just doesnt look right and i hate it..


Not controversial enough. I'm not expecting anyone to agree with me but I think they should pull down SS Peter & Paul's now defunct church in New Brighton asap. It's one of the ugliest buildings I've ever seen. The parishoners have moved to All Saints church nearby, (and are in negotiations to buy it), whilst the old church adds dereliction to it's base ugliness. Why it was given a Grade II listing is beyond me, it's a ginormous 1930's brick eyesore.


Noooooooooo UE 1st, lol laugh
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#301429 - 17th Mar 2009 12:22pm Re: Buildings you would like to see demolished [Re: _Ste_]
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St John's Market in Liverpool is so tacky, inside and out. Not like I remember it


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