Longbridge demolition sparks further redevelopment

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Longbridge demolition sparks further redevelopment

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"St Modwen, the UK based company which specialises in the regeneration of brownfield and urban environments, has confirmed that two derelict buildings at the former MG Rover car factory ground in Longbridge – CAB 1 and CAB 2 – will begin to be demolished from Monday 13 January 2020."
https://www.aronline.co.uk/news/longbri ... velopment/

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I catch the train past everyday, have done for over a decade, have gradually seen the whole place turned into houses.

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I'm pleased to hear that there is something useful being done with the site. Just a shame it came to this.
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Another 3 million cardboard starter / executive homes. Just what we need.

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Yep but they’ll all be sold and no one knows where they came from or where they work...it’s a country wide mystery to me... we seem to be overrun with executives :) :D
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