In Brief: Tricorn Centre work set to begin

Work to demolish the Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth, dubbed the UK's ugliest building, was set to begin as Planning went to press. The 1960s concrete car park and shopping centre will make way for a mixed-use scheme, including a department store and public open spaces. Mike Hancock, Portsmouth City Council's lead member for planning, regeneration, economic development and property, said: "We are delighted that work can finally start to remove this eyesore from our city centre."

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