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Search Aspect ( Beverley )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Beverley Terrace, demolition underway (Beeston)
Colour image29th January 2010. View of Back Beverley Terrace show demolition underway - the house in the process of being demolished is number 26. Beverley Avenue once stood in the foreground. Houses in Beverley Terrace, seen in the background, are also awaiting demolition. The clearance of these red brick terraced streets is part of a long term plan to regeneration the area with new mixed and sustainable housing, retail, greenspace and community opportunities.
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Back Beverley Terrace, from Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston)
Colour image2008. Image shows the even-numbered side of Back Beverley Terrace, taken from the junction with Lady Pit Lane. These are through red-brick terraced houses with front doors opening on to Beverley Terrace at the other side. Many of the homes are boarded up and have been acquired by the council as part of a regeneration programme. A few are still occupied and there is a line of washing further up the street. There are plans for new housing development after clearance of the Beverleys.
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Back Beverley Terrace, from Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston)
Colour image2008. View of Back Beverley Terrace taken from Lady Pit Lane. These are red brick through terraced homes with small back yards, opening on to Beverley Avenue at the other side. The walls of properties on the even numbered side of Back Beverley Terrace are seen in the right hand corner. These houses front Beverley Terrace. All the Beverley streets are due for demolition as part of a Regeneration Project for Beeston Hill and Holbeck.
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Back Beverley Terrace, looking towards Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston)
Colour image2008. Image shows the odd numbered side of Back Beverley Terrace. This is an old row of red brick, through terraced houses which opened on to Beverley Avenue at the other side. Although some of the houses are boarded up others are still occupied, evidenced by the drying washing. Eventually, as the houses become vacant they will be demolished as part of a regeneration programme.
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Back Beverley Terrace, looking towards Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston) (3 comments)
Colour image2008. This view shows both sides of Back Beverley Terrace, looking in the direction of Lady Pit Lane. These are through, red brick built houses. Even numbers, left, open on to Beverley Terrace. Odd numbers on the right open on to Beverley Avenue. The Beverley streets are to be demolished to make way for new housing development.
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