Next stage of work on a former cattle market site approved

The next stage of work to regenerate a former cattle market site in Gloucester has been approved by the government following a public inquiry last October. The city council can now pursue plans for the compulsory purchase of almost 21ha of land at St Oswald's Park to build 450 homes. Allibert Buckhorn, which objected to the purchase, will not be included in the purchase order, safeguarding 75 jobs.

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