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Manchester Town Hall - possibly the finest building in the city

Your definitive guide to Manchester's architecture

Despite the very relaxed attitude taken by Manchester city council's planning commitee, there's still plenty of wonderful buildings to impress any visitor to the city.

Manchester was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and many of the spectacular warehouses, the 'dark satanic mills', have survived despite the demolition and developments that have been widespread throughout the city. Within these pages, we bring you a photographic tour of the best buildings in the region,as well as a few that didn't survive the planners chop.

9th June 2003 Urban Splash's Tom Bloxham
Manchester entrepeneur, chairman and co-founder of Urban Splash, Tom Bloxham MBE, talks exclusively to Pride Of Manchester about the city's architecture. We get his thoughts on the The Haçienda development, Number One Deansgate and his own Timber Wharf.
[read our Tom Bloxham interview]

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