Well the BBC and ITV have been cooperating more and more in recent years and part of the reason for ITV's move to media city is to allow ITV to continue this and also make use of the businesses based in the greenhouse and media city in general. Maybe even Salford Uni well get involved in some form.How many staff are going to be going back and forth between the BBC and ITV on a daily basis?
I agree too. What concern is it to us - the people of Manchester - what the easiest side of the building is to have an entrance on? I couldn't really give a toss how far old Ken Barlow has to walk from his car to the door. I'm sick of saying the same thing over and over... our city should be tougher on developers and make sure that when these companies build here, they have an obligation / requirement to build something which enhances our city. Having the arse end of a building overlooking what could develop into one of our cities most famous and visited locations is reeeeeeeeeaaaaaaalllllly frickin' irresponsible on our so called "planners" part :nono:I don't think skit was suggesting it be open for people to walk round the set, he's saying the ENTRANCE is in the wrong place, and I agree.
Hardly any. Corrie will be self contained and self sufficient. ITV in the Orange building will have negligible need to physically cross over regularly. The security turnstile on the quayside will accommodate this small need.WatcherZero said:How many staff are going to be going back and forth between the BBC and ITV on a daily basis?
Unfortunately, I got this:It's worth bookmarking if this is a project you are interested in as the guy taking the pictures said he will keep taking them