Thursday, November 22, 2007

Biffa Digital: St Lawrence Has Made a Horror Film (PG)


[satire]Clearly, if the ESSO site is too small for a Chorlton Tesco Metro the answer is to sell them the Council Social Services Office - the yellow brick road building - and build a roundabout.[/satire]

9 comments:

lorenzo23 said...

It's Lawrence by the way after the griddled saint.

Chris Paul said...

Ooops. I'm sure that's what I wrote. Those damned SOGAT copy readers, again. We'll have to sack them all and have journos key their own copy.

Town and Country Planner said...

There's lots more room around that site. The Council should CPO the BT Exchange and Unicorn and chuck in the swimming baths and we could get a decent sized Tesco. Traffic could enter the site mainly through Chris Paul's street. Brilliant. Bring on the bulldozers.

Chris Paul said...

Oo-er, not in my back yard.

lorenzo23 said...

Let's sell up now in Chorlton and move to Northenden, or Prestwich - good Tesco towns, no local shops.

I live in a country that invented football, railways and gravy but we gave it all away to obesity and corporate greed.

Chris Paul said...

Northenden has a fantastic High Street with lots of potential to be the new Chorlton Lozzer. The Tesco is a mile away. Have a fantastic IR story on that one btw. Anyway, Baguley has never had one - a local High Street - being T&CP designed - but it has some odd arcades.

You're probably wrong about Prestwich too as you have blotted your copybook with a very shoddy Northenden analysis.

Road Spotter said...

Northenden is a whole M-Way roundabout away from Tesco.

Chris Paul said...

You mean junction?

lorenzo23 said...

Northenden is so sad. High street full of takeaways but a good Woolies. That's why the Farmers market is mobbed one Satrday a month.

Prestwich is krap (tesco & ms food) that's why i serve desperate people from the north side every week. There is no real food without fat and additives 2 miles north of Piccadilly.

Look at the graphs..rise of supermarket Britain, rise of unhealthy Britain...oh they are in parellel lines. Nobody's made the connection yet. The Competition Commission didn't.

Cheap food Britain, cheap clothes from China.