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Eyesore office block is set for redevelopment

An empty office block which has blotted the landscape in Stroud could soon be redeveloped.

Tricorn House in Cainscross was formerly DHSS offices but has been in a dilapidated state for many years.

Now Oxfordshire Estates are expected to apply for planning permission to turn the building into more than 40 homes with three penthouses on the roof.

According to the Stroud News and Journal newspaper the plans, delayed while amendments have been made, are set to be submitted to Stroud District Council this week.

The development is expected to include 37 car parking spaces and improved pedestrian and vehicle access.

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