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actualizacion decodificador dishone d810b updated decoding satelital dishone d810b refurbished dishone d810b dishone d810b .The site of a major 19th century city planning battle is vanishing into the ground and is unlikely to be preserved as a park, a heritage protection charity has warned.
The heritage manager for the former site of the Temple, Altrincham, Greater Manchester, said there were “extensive” proposals for housing and a housing estate on what is thought to be the most significant urban landscape in Britain from the 1800s.
Altrincham town hall demolished the 17th century Temple in 1871, creating the present market square. The historic merchants’ building is now known as the Civic Centre.
The site covers about 50 acres and was the proposed location of the ill-fated northern industrial city – the so-called Greater Manchester Enterprise City – that never came to fruition.
The region’s Labour mayor, Andy Burnham, said: “To me, the potential loss of this building is the real symbol of our failed economic strategy.”
Altrincham town hall demolished the 17th century Temple in 1871, creating the present market square (Getty)
The site was earmarked for a £4bn redevelopment in the 2015 Greater Manchester transport strategy. Greater Manchester Development Agency (GMDDA) thinktank director Paul Kershaw said: “As we look to the future of our city, we must re-evaluate our approach to planning.
“The Temple is the most architecturally significant, and the earliest use for public spaces in the country. It is hugely significant as an example of urban design and an emblem of our industrial heritage.
“We can do better than the current approach – where power or vested interests hold sway.”
Last year GMDDA identified the zone with “exceptional” historical significance that could be given protected status or re-developed.
However, it failed to get the required majority at the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) because of concerns