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City's regeneration continues to gather pace

The redevelopment of the centre of Gloucester continues to change the city's skyline.

Our pictures show the latest demolition of old buildings in Quay Street next to Quayside car park and just below Shire Hall.

It is part of the ongoing £135 million regeneration of Gloucester's Quayside and Blackfriars areas of Gloucester which will include housing for 2,000 residents and new civic centre.

Work on creating a new adults and children's services hub on the site of the old magistrates court buildings Barbican Road is nearing completion.

And the nearby 1970s section of Shire Hall and the Bearland building is being given a striking make-over with new cladding of gold coloured panels that glisten in the winter sunshine.

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