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City centre plans go on display

Plans for a 70m project to regenerate a derelict part of Gloucester will go on display on Tuesday.

Some 400 homes, offices and a 125-room hotel are all included in the vision for the city's Railway Triangle.

The developers want to gauge public opinion before putting together a planning application.

There will be a public exhibition at the Barton and Tredworth Community Centre, in Conduit Street, from 1230 BST until 1900 BST.




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