Banksy/Whitehouse pub. This now has a developers banner on it (for bar/restaurant/flats above)
Here's a close-up of the banner on the Whitehouse pub, Duke Street.
It contains one of the most commonly misspelled words:
well spotted. perhaps they should've just said caf
Originally Posted by marky
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Cafe isn't posh enough,in the same way that "flats" isn't,for they're "apartments" now. They're probably still not big enough to swing a cat in,though.
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LIVERPOOL Council did ?as little as possible? to comply with the law when introducing new traffic arrangements on its key Edge Lane corridor, a High Court judge has ruled.
Mr Justice Collins made the comments in a ruling on the latest bout of legal action between the council and Derwent Holdings, the owner of three of Liverpool?s worst ?eyesores? along the busy corridor.
Derwent Holdings, owned by Isle of Man-based property tycoon Albert Gubay, and the council are locked in a long-standing dispute over how much development should be allowed on Edge Lane.
Derwent, which owns 100 acres of land on Edge Lane, including the retail park, wants to build a ?200m retail and leisure development to rival New Mersey Shopping Park, at Speke.
The argument between the council and Derwent seems to be about the sheer scale of development, and neither side seems willing to budge.
There are a number of pending legal actions in which the council is trying to get Derwent to clean up a number of ?grotspots? on Edge Lane.
The latest court action revolved around a traffic regulation order (TRO), made in the summer of 2006, to introduce a central reservation in the road.
The central reservation makes it impossible for traffic travelling east to turn right into access roads to Derwent?s retail park on the road.
Derwent claimed the TRO should be quashed because it was not properly consulted, and was unable to properly object. more
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Luckily they've kissed and made up,and the new development is going ahead. It looks far nicer than what's there now!
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