Notice how the building formerly know as the Leyland Motor Company, a striving center of industry and progress, is now partly shut down, while its ´rear end´ serves the occupying car washes of our day and age.
Little can be said about its state, which has not been observed with similar derelict counterparts in our city. Graffiti spreads, broken glass and overgrowth are its most common signs of age. The barbed wire set in place to protect the building only seems like further vandalism to its image.
In truth, it is not a place that attracts people. It could never revitalize its surroundings and spread a welcoming atmosphere around its perimeters. At least not in its current form.
A change is needed.