Putting a building back into use…

Back last May we photographed this extension behind the care provider in the High Street. Yesterday, we photographed it again.  Here are the ‘before’ and ‘after results:

For quite a while the building looked rather unloved inside.  It also seemed to have suffered badly from vandalism with the end window being smashed – if we recall correctly – more than once.

The good news is that the extension looks as if it’s back in use.  The doors and windows have been replaced, and the interior appears to have been furnished.  It’s good to see growth rather than decline in the town centre, particularly at the present time.

3 thoughts on “Putting a building back into use…

  1. Only the other day the two side double glazing windows were smashed. Im not sure why tis building keeps being targeted.

    • I’ve had another look. It doesn’t seem that there’s been any further damage to the side windows. There’s ‘just’ a lot of residual damage to them. The front windows are in a pretty poor state too – they have been for a while, and in not sure if anything more has happened to them lately.

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