The Marsh Lane Goods Yard is important in the social and cultural history of Leeds, being the site of the City’s first ever railway station in 1834.
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‘The impetus and energy and passion for social justice that we saw in communities and that we shared in setting up New Start remains’
‘It is vital that this local knowledge, energy, resource and local community leadership is harnessed to support the broader campaign to rejuvenate high streets and town centres.’
‘By investing further we can ensure that key services remain in place for residents.’
Glevum was established around AD 48 as a market centre at an important crossing of the River Severn.
The Network says community groups are feeling that they’ve been ‘led up the garden path,’ regarding funding.
Leith councillor Lewis Ritchie labelled the proposals ‘charmless and bland’ and ‘incoherent and ineffective’.
This could act as a ‘catalyst for social and economic regeneration in local communities’.
The works, set to be undertaken by contractor Willmott Dixon, will aim to remediate land around Bixteth Street Gardens in Liverpool’s commercial district.
From Shropshire to Somerset, councils up and down the country have spent tens of millions of taxpayer’s money purchasing shopping centres.