For a large city, Salford remains under-developed for the most part. One third of the city is undeveloped rural space, which provides an attractive proposition for its 220,000 residents. However in truth, the area stretches across an ancient peat bog which makes development impossible.
The city’s history stretches back over 1000 years but in recent times has undergone significant regeneration, such as the Salford’s Dock area with The Lowry, a theatre and art gallery complex named after the artist L. S. Lowry, who was a native of Trafford.
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