We asked Aylesbury residents which buildings in town they would like to see knocked down, and what they would like them to be replaced with.
5. Number Four
The Sweda building on new street has been rotting and derelict for years. A huge eyesore in town, in such a key area as well.
6. Number Three
The Aylesbury Bus station hub comes in at number three. Built at an extortionate cost, the station is dingy and dark, and residents complained of being choked by exhaust fumes while waiting for buses.
7. Number Two
While QD is a much loved Aylesbury store for selling a bit of everything, the building above has been unoccupied for many years, despite being a HUGE space that could take on a multitude of uses. It used to be occupied by Rothmans and the COOP - but has sat empty for more than 25 years. One resident suggested it could become a TGI Friday's or a new area of bars and places to eat.
8. Number One
No surprise which building tops the charts here. Pooley's Folley, which began being built in 1964 has always divided opinion in town. Some like the brutalist architechture which was popular at the time, others hate it. One resident suggested it should be knocked down and replaced with a 'wooded picnic area'.