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Cirencester £3.5m revamp plans to be decided

Developer PH Gillingham has submitted plans for a £3.5 million proposal to revamp a derelict part of Cirencester in Gloucestershire.

Cotswold District Council is set to give the project, whose site is at the back of the Woolmarket on Dyer Street, the go-ahead tomorrow.

The scheme features a three-storey building with ground floor shops and eight two-bedroom flats on the other two floors. The top units would have roof gardens.

If the scheme gets the go-ahead it will follow a revamp of Cirencester, kick-started by the new leisure centre and St James Place, and Brewery Arts and Wildmoor's revamp of the Corn Hall and plans for the Post Office site.