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Thursday, 15 March 2012

Gilbert Scott Buildings in Hull - rear aspect could be lost.



Hull suffered so much from bombing in the war it is important to cheriish our existing fine buildings. Of international significance are the Gilbert Scott buildings in the " Avenues " district of Hull.
Please go to the links below.
See a video of the general area which includes the proposed development area.

 also the detailed BLOG below where you can also vote
GILBERT SCOTT buildings


Planning application can be seen here - you need to scroll down page for latest amendments.

The wonderful rear view is under threat - it may be lost as a proposal to build a property close to the rear has been made. Let us hope the planning consent is refused.



The lovely rear view which could be lost.
 Proposed building in place ( approx posn.)
Some of the row of houses from the front.

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