Monthly Archives: November 2013

Flat plan

A sign that says there is just one flat left in this new Tudor Road block will no doubt seem like an indicator of recovery to some. But a close look reveals that with a 5% deposit, you can get … Continue reading

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Bull market

For all the PR we hear about Reading’s retail presence, you might expect the town could host a decent market. Yet take a look at what a miserable effort the town makes. It’s little more than mobile phone accessories and … Continue reading

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Small town, big ideas

Yet again Woodley puts on a commendable performance as a small town. On Remembrance Sunday campaigners for a war memorial were at the centre of the twice a month car boot sale. At 11am the sale stopped for the two … Continue reading

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Fit for Kings

The Jacksons sale has begun but that’s not the only indication of change that will reinvigorate this part of town. The crane in the distance is a better clue. The refurbished offices at Abbey Gardens South, Kennet House being turned … Continue reading

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