LATEST PICTURES: Newport Friars Walk scheme - July 16

LATEST PICTURES: Newport Friars Walk scheme - July 16

LATEST PICTURES: Newport Friars Walk scheme - July 16

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SEE the latest pictures of Newport's Friars Walk development.

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4:26pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Good Job No Kids says...

What percentage of retail units are still not spoken for?
What percentage of retail units are still not spoken for? Good Job No Kids
  • Score: -18

6:23pm Wed 16 Jul 14

DavidMclean says...

Good Job No Kids wrote:
What percentage of retail units are still not spoken for?
I think the real question should be... what percentage of retail units will still be occupied by prime retailers (ie. not Poundshops) 5-10 years after it opens?
[quote][p][bold]Good Job No Kids[/bold] wrote: What percentage of retail units are still not spoken for?[/p][/quote]I think the real question should be... what percentage of retail units will still be occupied by prime retailers (ie. not Poundshops) 5-10 years after it opens? DavidMclean
  • Score: -17

7:19pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Limestonecowboy says...

The same cheery crowd depressed doom & gloomers can't you just be positive Newports moving on having been stuck in the past too long.
The same cheery crowd depressed doom & gloomers can't you just be positive Newports moving on having been stuck in the past too long. Limestonecowboy
  • Score: 24

7:24pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Foxyboy3rd says...

If they keep up these pictures it'll be like watching paint dry.
If they keep up these pictures it'll be like watching paint dry. Foxyboy3rd
  • Score: -17

1:11am Thu 17 Jul 14

UpsetResident says...

I'd really appreciate a link to much higher quality, higher resolution photos if possible, i find the construction fascinating :)
I'd really appreciate a link to much higher quality, higher resolution photos if possible, i find the construction fascinating :) UpsetResident
  • Score: 4

7:21am Thu 17 Jul 14

inkyskin says...

UpsetResident wrote:
I'd really appreciate a link to much higher quality, higher resolution photos if possible, i find the construction fascinating :)
there's better pictures on the friars walk web page plus a walk through of what it'll look like once built.
[quote][p][bold]UpsetResident[/bold] wrote: I'd really appreciate a link to much higher quality, higher resolution photos if possible, i find the construction fascinating :)[/p][/quote]there's better pictures on the friars walk web page plus a walk through of what it'll look like once built. inkyskin
  • Score: 7

4:53pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Newportg says...

inkyskin wrote:
UpsetResident wrote:
I'd really appreciate a link to much higher quality, higher resolution photos if possible, i find the construction fascinating :)
there's better pictures on the friars walk web page plus a walk through of what it'll look like once built.
Excellent site thanks. I've just had a look at the video.

http://friarswalknew
port.co.uk/
[quote][p][bold]inkyskin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UpsetResident[/bold] wrote: I'd really appreciate a link to much higher quality, higher resolution photos if possible, i find the construction fascinating :)[/p][/quote]there's better pictures on the friars walk web page plus a walk through of what it'll look like once built.[/p][/quote]Excellent site thanks. I've just had a look at the video. http://friarswalknew port.co.uk/ Newportg
  • Score: 1

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