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Developers open The Forum for debate

The public is being asked to share views on The Forum development which forms part of the King's Quarter regeneration scheme in Gloucester.

As revealed last month, The Forum will include office space, a hotel and a car park while creating a social and digital campus.

Work on the 600,000sq ft plan, which will be on the land occupied by the old bus station and Bruton Way car park between the Transport Hub and King's Square, is scheduled to start next year.

Now Gloucester City Council and its development partners Reef Group are asking for the public's views on the proposals.

More than 125,000sq ft of new versatile office space will be developed, alongside a shared workspace club and an innovation hub designed for emerging cyber businesses and incubator businesses.

This will sit alongside a 116-bedroom four-star hotel, a 9,000sq ft gym, restaurants, shops, bars and apartments with a view of the Cathedral.

You can share you views at forum digital.co.uk

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