Citizen editor: TK Maxx for Gloucester is certainly not a done deal
WITH the worrying news about Ecclesiastical this week, we wanted to put the spotlight on upcoming economic plans for the city to ask the question, just where are we and when will they come to light?
Looking at the skyline at the Railway Triangle you can see part of the city's future taking shape which is just fantastic.
At the same time, we know the cinema will open in November as part of the Quays development there and Stanhope plans are taking shape.
But on the other hand, HMV is closing and TK Maxx is by no means a done deal for the former M&S site.
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But as a resident and a shopper we need to hold firm, we know this city is on the up but it takes footfall to attract the brands.
After all, we get what we pay for and if we spend our pounds elsewhere, we will be left without the stores we crave as the big names take their business elsewhere.
PRINCE Charles has not always been known for his common touch but the royal has definitely mellowed over the years.
He took to his two visits in his home county yesterday with such good grace; laughing and charming his way around.
Getting behind the sewing machine at Turnbull and Asser was a moment the royal and indeed Kirsty Halford will remember forever.
And judging by the turnout in Uley for his visit, his popularity is stronger than ever.
Prince charming indeed.
SECRETS of a criminal past will literally be unearthed at Gloucester Prison before any development work can be done there.
There is so much history locked away behind the heavy doors of the jail. The best use for this site would be to use its history and architecture to help attract investors.