Business and residents in Gloucester asked for ideas

Businesses and residents in Gloucester were asked for ideas on how to improve the city's main shopping streets at a meeting this week. More than 400 invitations were given to tenants and landlords of buildings in the four "gate" streets to encourage debate about the city's street scene improvement initiative, led by the Gloucester Civic Trust and the city council. Many properties in the area are among Gloucester's 700 historic or architecturally significant listed buildings.

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