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Hi Everyone

 

Thinking of purchasing a property on this development, due to the good quality housing.

 

I wanted to know the opinions of other Sheffielders.  I am keenly aware of the area surrounding it, but am hoping that the gentrification of the area will make it improve.

 

Would you guys move here if you found a great property on it?

 

Thanks

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Whereabouts is it?

 

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lol sorry, obvious mistake there!

 

It is in S2, just off Prince of Wales road.  Near Manor/Fairlea

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There are good and bad areas everywhere, 

We moved into the keep moat development off Park Grange Road and we are very happy here. Because everyone is a new neighbour we generally have a good community spirit. 

So ....yes I would move into a new housing development again ignoring its past history 👍

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sometimes areas get sorted ,but the past is always mentioned,which is wrong,areas do improve if the people ect work at it

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1 hour ago, bassett one said:

sometimes areas get sorted ,but the past is always mentioned,which is wrong,areas do improve if the people ect work at it

Some areas improve, some stay utter holes.

 

I think it's more to do with the people who live (or are put) there.

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There have been "gentrification backlashes" in some parts of the country.

 

And it didn't work well here:
 

Residents leave landmark Salford regeneration project after rise in crime and vandalism

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/residents-leave-landmark-salford-regeneration-13742443

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the trouble is as i stated,some areas get better,BUT THE ones that you want to leave go elsewhere and cause problems,then if council owned these people drag the waiting time down and that often makes the area worse.

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