Rubble trouble on new estate gives Barrow homeowner the hump - North West Evening Mail
The new St. James's Gardens housing estate, near the Holker Street ground, was meant to be an ideal place for young homeowners to put down their roots.
However months after the houses were meant to be completed, loose rubble covers the streets and protruding ironworks jut almost two inches out of the ground.
James Dowds, who lives in St James's Gardens, said: "The last building was done at the end of February, the builders picked up and have gone to Ford Park [in Ulverston].
We drove off the other day and the tyre was flat "There are raised manhole covers on the floor, the drains... write journalists from North West Evening Mail read more news | read original article
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