Leeds First White Cloth Hall: public consulted on revamp

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Postby tyke bhoy » Wed 03 Apr, 2013 3:20 pm

http://newsfeed.leedsvirtualnewsroom.co ... mlOfficial launch tomorrow (£2m joint funding)
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Postby cnosni » Wed 03 Apr, 2013 9:51 pm

tyke bhoy wrote: http://newsfeed.leedsvirtualnewsroom.co ... mlOfficial launch tomorrow (£2m joint funding) Thats good news
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Postby mark1978 » Thu 04 Apr, 2013 12:56 pm

Well, that was well-timed! Did anyone go to the launch today?About the city walls thing - this is bugging me now because I'm sure I saw mention of it on some blog post trailing the Leeds Civic Trust talk last year, but can't find it anywhere. It may have been on the 'LOL Leeds Online' site which has now become The City Talking. Can't find it on there, although did come across these:http://thecitytalking.com/news/2012/11/ ... .htmlMaybe I'm misremembering it and it was just a reference to the East Bar stone.Hopefully what's left of the Cloth Hall will still be standing when they finally get round to it next year!
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Postby cnosni » Sun 07 Apr, 2013 8:48 pm

tyke bhoy wrote: http://newsfeed.leedsvirtualnewsroom.co ... mlOfficial launch tomorrow (£2m joint funding) cant find very much on this launch,just a bit on the Calendar news website.Anyone know of any more substantial details?
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Postby cnosni » Sun 07 Apr, 2013 8:53 pm

Found thishttp://newsfeed.leedsvirtualnewsroom.co.uk/2011/04/plans-launched-to-rejuvenate-oldest.htmlLooking forward to being able to see more details and thanks to Dilivio on Skyscraper cityhttp://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=1 ... tcount=217
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Postby cnosni » Wed 24 Apr, 2013 11:49 am

uncle mick wrote: I came across this todayhttp://www.slideshare.net/LeedsMinster/the-his ... ds-minster Nice one Mick,found some new to me stuff out.What is the meaning of the yellow circle on slide 72,does i denote some problem with the wall?
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Postby Leodian » Wed 24 Apr, 2013 1:56 pm

Fascinating stuff Mick. Like cnosni I also wondered what slide 72 was about.The 'The Manor of Leeds in 1086' map (slide 4) is interesting with its 'Open fields of Knostrop' and 'Open fields of Woodhouse'. The 'Waste' areas sounds intriguing, as also does the 'Manorial Park'. I wonder what went on at the latter? I also wonder what the small area marked 'A' was? I notice 'Woodhouse Ridge and Carr' marked and wonder if that is where the Carr Manor area got its name?
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Postby cnosni » Wed 24 Apr, 2013 4:54 pm

Leodian wrote: Fascinating stuff Mick. Like cnosni I also wondered what slide 72 was about.The 'The Manor of Leeds in 1086' map (slide 4) is interesting with its 'Open fields of Knostrop' and 'Open fields of Woodhouse'. The 'Waste' areas sounds intriguing, as also does the 'Manorial Park'. I wonder what went on at the latter? I also wonder what the small area marked 'A' was? I notice 'Woodhouse Ridge and Carr' marked and wonder if that is where the Carr Manor area got its name? Woodhouse Carr was at the bottom,near Buslingthorpe,its the expanse of open grass land bordered by Cambridge Road,Meanwood Road and Cross Chancellor Street
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Postby Leodian » Wed 24 Apr, 2013 9:33 pm

Thanks for that cnosni.
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