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open 272015 SomeoneElse

Obviously things are in a bit of a state of flux, but currently neither nor the parallel are oneway currently, which doesn't make a lot of sense. A few of the recent changesets here seem say things like "Attempt to resolve broken routing"...

6 months ago 2 days ago
closed 339796 will_p

I've found a non-existent road mapped here called 'Holyoak Villas'. I've left it in place but tagged it with highway=no because I suspect the name is genuine but just misplaced. Survey needed to check.

about 2 months ago 5 days ago
closed 133223 SomeoneElse

I'm guessing based on the imagery that all of these footpaths join the road to the south. Is there any access anywhere else other than to the houses?

about 1 year ago 6 days ago
closed 183768 SomeoneElse

Is this actually an amenity=taxi (i.e. a taxi rank) or an office=taxi? The location in a wriggly tin shed on an industrial estate suggests perhaps the latter.

12 months ago 16 days ago
closed 270537 SomeoneElse is named "Was called Gilbert Street". If it no longer exists as a street at all, it's OK to remove it (since it'll always be in the history).

6 months ago 19 days ago
closed 126330 SomeoneElse

Presumably there's a gate west of the RH line as well as east? Also, is NCN6 to the east really best described as a "footway"? The path to the west - can that be better described? Is cycle access allowed?

about 1 year ago 19 days ago
closed 350495 SK53

These two stores & the bank are one block over to the W. The original values mapped are correct, and need to be reverted

about 1 month ago 19 days ago
closed 6631 SK53

Demolition planned:

almost 2 years ago 28 days ago
open 190612

Lace Market Hotel appears to have been acquired and notice on door says reopening in Autumn.

11 months ago 30 days ago
closed 350452 Math1985

Is the RBS at open to customers?

about 1 month ago 30 days ago

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