Tag Archives: King’s Quarter

King’s Quarter to Become a Reality?

I was pleased to see in the Citizen last week that the King’s Quarter project finally seems set to become a reality. The developer, Stanhope, has appointed architects Chapman Taylor and the development will be complete by Christmas 2018. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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A Vibrant & Healthy Gloucester

A couple of stories in the Citizen have particularly attracted my attention this week. First, on Wednesday, Stanhope, who are slated to undertake the re-vamp of King’s Quarter, criticised plans to upgrade the Quays to include new restaurants, shops and … Continue reading

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King’s Quarter

Finally, after many years of waiting, it looks like Gloucester is getting somewhere with redeveloping the centre of the city. Gloucester City Council have now formally backed the scheme put forward by Stanhope PLC for a £60 million pound development … Continue reading

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King’s Quarter Regeneration

It would appear that the days are numbered for the much-reviled Golden Egg building in King’s Square. According to a report in the Citizen on Wednesday a planning application has been submitted to demolish it. This should come as no … Continue reading

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