Dora Molloy, Sir Lancelot Keay, Liverpool city centre, Gerard Gardens, 100 yards
Dora Molloy, a resident of Gerard Gardens, a tenement block in Liverpool city centre. Designed and built in the 1930s by Architect, Sir Lancelot Keay. Dora believed she would be able to move into the new houses being built 100 yards away, but due to council policy which puts single people at the bottom of the housing list she has now been told she can't move into them. 22nd January 1986.
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|Keywords||1980s,20th Century,Architecture,Art Deco,Communal,Communities,Community,Council,Flats,Homes,Housing,Liverpool,Merseyside,Rehousing|
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