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    Kirkdale is a very poor area but the people are some of the nicest in Liverpool.

    I can't see why more isn't done for this neglected area. For example round Wesy Road there's loads of empty land why aren't decent family houses being built there for a reasonable price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suburban View Post
    Kirkdale is a very poor area but the people are some of the nicest in Liverpool.
    Thank you Suburban ......only Joking but my neighbours are all very nice people
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    My Gran lived on the Easby estate for years and I saw it decline. When she moved there from Scottie Road there were loads of lovely people in the flats but as time went by bad people moved in. Eventually they just knocked the lot down. Loads of the older people still live around Lambeth Street in the new houses and there are still strong communities all over Kirkdale but the area gets absolutely NOTHING. No one speaks up for Kirkdale and whilst other areas of Lpool have got investment in recent years such as Bootle Kirkdale has got nothing.

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    My in laws live in the flower streets, drank in the Pansy and Lighthouse for years but go into town now instead. Ma-in-laws parents lived in the flats on Rollo st, the Estate. These houses on Fountains road have seen better days and have been derelict like this for years. Wessy Road baths was where we went a few times, there's lots of run down property with flats above along there.
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    I used to like the Old Bill boozer. I used to play on the Rek in the early 80's.

    Surely the council must own the land around St John's church? So why don't they sell it to someone willing to build family homes?

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