ANGLESEA ROW CONNECTING MARY STREET LANE AND LITTLE BRITAIN STREET

ANGLESEA ROW CONNECTING MARY STREET LANE AND LITTLE BRITAIN STREET

I am not sure if the street is "Marys Lane" or "Mary Street Lane"

As you can see this land does have a litter problem.

As you walk along the lane from Little Britain Street towards Mary Street you will notice a construction site to the left you will notice a partly demolished building which is owned by Keelings a fruit and vegetable distribution business.

A 343-unit aparthotel was to be built here but according to some reports the project has been delayed.

As a result of the potential for human remains on the site the city Council has ordered the omission of the basement of the development and further archaeological work to be carried out to search for the potential human remains
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