eyesore


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something very ugly and offensive

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The beauty of black bags is the fact that it is mostly only one day of being an eyesore and then roads are clear again.
That would take care of (a) the eyesore, (b) the safety issue, and (c) restoring the beauty of the natural tree line to this lovely green area.
Instead of tarting it up, why not put a big striped marquee over the eyesore to cover it up completely?
It will create an eyesore in one of the most prominent parts of the city - this cannot be allowed.
But when a property becomes an eyesore to the community, action is needed.
To a much bigger eyesore right in the town centre, with fast-food, 'eat in the street' cabins and litter scattered everywhere.
They actually look an eyesore now; goodness knows what they will look like when the columns and windmills are installed.
Perhaps this council would show the same interest in another eyesore in the form of that part of Ridgacre Road West between Spies Lane and Meadow Road, Quinton.
Closure of the school opened up the very real possibility of a fine building in a beautiful corner of the city becoming a derelict eyesore.
A LONG-term eyesore in a Northumberland town centre is to be transformed into a green oasis for local people.
I DON''T see as much of Wales as your correspondent Richard Morris does who wrote the letter 'This is the biggest eyesore in Wales'' (28th August), which he says he passes twice every Wednesday.
The locals finally got some re-leaf from the eyesore this week thanks a mystery new owner.
AN eyesore warehouse building in Birkby could be demolished to make way for housing.
A spokesman for the housebuilding firm said: "It's currently vacant and inaccessible and something of an eyesore with a negative impact on the area.
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a blaze in two storeys of an unoccupied block on an estate once voted Wales' ugliest eyesore.