Fri, 21 Oct 2011 6:13p.m.
Shipping containers have replaced damaged buildings in what is being called the world’s first pop-up container mall.
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21/10/2011 7:17:27 p.m.
When I read this?reminds me of those prisons that were going to be established by the use of shipping containers.That will mean that we will end up with a tinny shanty city,as when they need the ground to rebuild on it will be a another mess to solve in the city mall area.Looks like one heck of wasted expense too the rate payers,and could sit there up to the use by date.And down the track we will get a increase in our insurances for a tin city.
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