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BOSSES at the Manchester Metropolitan University have revealed plans to shut down its 20 acre Nike Leggings Legend
But residents who campaigned against the expansion plans have been cheered by the news.
campus in Didsbury.
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Under the plans, MMU bosses have revealed that they are looking to close both the Didsbury campus along with its neighbouring halls of residence, Broomhurst Halls and the Elizabeth Gaskell campus, with the aim of providing a new linked campus on land adjacent to the university's current All Saints site in Hulme.
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However, the news has not been welcomed by all. Local resident Geoff Bridson said: "I am outraged.
Shock as university moves out of Didsbury
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"We tried very hard to work with local residents and to develop a positive approach during our expansion plans.
"However, we are very excited about the prospects that a new campus in Hulme offers us."
The news came as university bosses revealed they have shelved controversial plans to move another 1,900 students into the Didsbury campus following the planned closure of the Elizabeth Gaskell site in Rusholme.
Frances Ives, of Didsbury Residents' Association, said: "We are delighted.
If the plans for the Hulme development which is set to cost around 90 million are given the go ahead, all of MMU's students will have moved out of Didsbury by 2011.
residents, who argued that the expansion would lead to more car parking problems and disruption.
"The university has a long history in Didsbury and there is a resounding feeling from staff that we will all be very sad to leave it behind.
"We would be very, very pleased to see all of the land turned into residential developments, which would hopefully allow us to welcome affordable living for the area."
They are looking at proposals to close their Wilmslow Road site, home to its prestigious teacher training course, and transfer all 2,740 of their students to a new purpose built site in Hulme.
MMU were looking to invest 19 million into the Didsbury campus expansion to build new teaching blocks to cater for their extra students.
EXTRA police patrols are being deployed in parts of south Manchester after shocking new burglary figures were released. More than three students a day were burgled or robbed in the street in south Manchester last month, according to Nike Sports Bra Dri Fit the police. It comes as senior officers in Chorlton revealed that they have deployed extra officers to deal with a rise in burglaries in the suburb. Fifty two burglaries have taken place in Chorlton since the beginning of October compared with 30 in the same period last year.
"People had warned us during our campaign that the university could pull out of Didsbury altogether, but Nike Leggings Images
The new plans will be a blow to local traders, many of whom bank on student trade and had been looking forward to the new influx of customers.
"The university provides so much employment to the people of south Manchester and the teacher training course is a well known institution."
MMU's Vice Chancellor Professor John Brooks told the Reporter: "We are very sad that we have been unable to make progress with our plans in Didsbury.
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