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Highbury - advice please

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    Guest Django

    Can't be that good even Arsenal moved out. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

     

    It will be like home from home with all the names. Mile End, Enfield, Dulwich, Kensington, Fulham Gardens to name but a few. And just to keep the boys from the south coast happy we have Brighton right next door to Hove. :D

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    Guest Django
    ...sorry Django, havent got a clue what you're talking about....

     

    :lol: :lol: :lol: Thats alright Sarah, half the time I don't know what I'm talking about. :P :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

     

    I've had a butcher's (thats 'look' for you midlanders :lol: :lol: :lol: ) from google earth and it looks good being on the edge of town and on the river. :D Mind you it all looks nice from GE :D .

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    Guest bev_stef

    Hi Django

     

    Must be on the same wavelength as you, I thought of London when I read the subject heading, as I grew up near the Arsenal ground in Highbury, :oops: :oops: but no I didn'y support them. Your right though, everything looks good over in Adelaide from here, its gonna be a hard choice from this end.

     

    Bev

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    Guest graandjac

    Pete you have upset someone again :lol: but thanks for thinking about us southerners not that far from Brighton Cheers Gra Jac

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    Guest The Bowmans

    Hi there

     

    Don't know much about Highbury in Adelaide but Pete, I could give you a powerpoint presentation on the wonders of Highbury and the evils of the Emirates - don't get me started on that one.

     

    I must admit that browsing realestate.com.au Highbury caught my eye too and I wondered what it would be like. I'd be guaranteed that my family wold come and visit me if I lived in Highbury!

     

     

    Deena

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    Ihave cousins who live in Highbury and love it. They are close to the oban and 5 min drive from tea tree plaza which is a great shopping centre. They are trying to talk us into buying around that area as it is good value

    Wendy

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    Guest pasha

    my aunty and uncle live there and i have other friends there and in tea tree gully

    it is suburban with a mix of houses starting from the 1950's to now.

    it is a hilly area and some parts have a very nice outlook onto the adelaide hills

    as a local (alhtough been in uk for 5 years) highbury would be regarded as a 'middle' suburb

    tea tree gully shopping centre is also going to have a 190million dollar upgrade

     

    Shopping centres in $190m upgrade

     

    October 19, 2006 12:15am

    Article from: The Advertiser

     

    THE Tea Tree Plaza and Tea Tree Plus shopping centres are to be linked in a $190 million redevelopment project.

    The upgrade is a joint project by the owners of the centres, AMP and Westfield.

     

    The site will be expanded by 13,000sqm to incorporate 95 new stores and a four-storey car park.

     

    Entry points on North East Rd, Reservoir Rd and Golden Grove Rd will be altered to suit the new centre configuration.

     

    The construction phase will create an estimated 1350 jobs.

     

    Another 650 positions will become available at the finished centre.

     

    Residents in the surrounding area raised concerns about increased noise, access and the impact on other nearby shopping centres at a meeting of the Tea Tree Gully development assessment panel before plans for the upgrade were approved.

     

    - Lauren Novak

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