West Becktown [19, 39]
A large, twelve story housing project in the South-East corner of West Becktown.
The site was an unofficial junkyard up until the '50s of the 20th century, at which point it was bought by a trust fund, based in London.
After several years of internal discussions, the hiring and subsequent firing of 3 architects (and the unfortunate passing away of a fourth one) and requesting the correct permits to build on the site, construction finally started in October 1959. Misfortune would keep haunting the project, as several accidents and an asbestos lawsuit slowed down construction considerably.
Gibbins Towers was finally finished in 1968, under supervision of the young architect Arthur Samuel Gibbins, who promptly bought the entire top floor and moved there with his wife, Miss Eleanore Smith Roseby. They continued living there up until the Malton Incident, at which time they fled Malton, probably warned by Arthur's brother-in-law, Geoffry, who worked at The Flowar Building as a NecroTechnician.
Gibbins Towers is to be kept Extremely Heavily Barricaded at all times.
If you're looking for an entry point and don't want to waste any AP, take a look at the West Becktown Barricade Plan.
If you're looking for nearby Revive Points, take a look at the list.
Note:This advice is according to the local barricading plan, and may vary from the UBP or locally developped plans.
For more info on barricade plans, click here or take a look at this location's suburb page.