Sunshiny Day in Granby

Cairns Street Liverpool 8, 16th May 2015.

Cairns Street Liverpool 8, 16th May 2015.

Early evening of the Saturday after the news about the Turner Prize broke things have calmed down in Granby. After a week of television cameras, radio microphones and general media attention. All welcomed by all of us but nevertheless a relief today to walk around the quiet weekend streets.

In Beaconsfield Street.

In Beaconsfield Street.

Plus Dane well on with this row of houses now.

Plus Dane well on with this row of houses now.

Much of the scaffolding now down.

Much of the scaffolding now down.

Earlier this morning.

Earlier this morning.

I'd walked down Parliament Street.

I’d walked down Parliament Street.

For the week's last interview.

For the week’s last interview.

A good conversation with Kenn Taylor for the Big Issue in the North.

Back up in Granby?

Back up in Granby?

We've got a new sign.

We’ve got a new sign.

Along Cairns Street.

Along Cairns Street.

All is well and all is quiet.

All is well and all is quiet.

And here are Assemble.

And here are Assemble.

Yes, the Turner Prize nominees themselves. Just three of the eighteen strong art and architecture collective. Unlike us keeping away from the press and getting on with the work.

On this sunshiny day.

On this sunshiny day.

There are fireplaces to be made after all.

There are fireplaces to be made after all.

One for each of the ten Community Land Trust houses.

And here are more of Assemble.

And here are more of Assemble.

The CLT and Terrace 21 side of Cairns Street, on the way.

The CLT and Terrace 21 side of Cairns Street, well on the way.

The Liverpool Mutual Homes side, some with their new people now moved in.

The Liverpool Mutual Homes side, some with their new people now moved in.

All is well.

All is well.

Cairns Street.

Cairns Street.

Jermyn Street.

Jermyn Street.

And Ducie Street.

And Ducie Street.

Under a deeply blue sky, on a sunshiny day. Not many words today. All talked out after a surreal week!

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