Foundations soon to be laid at Gloucester Railway Triangle
IT may have been a wasteland for 20 years, but the ground has been laid for a remarkable transformation of the Railway Triangle.
Almost 300 tonnes of rubbish have been removed and work begins on November 19 to lay the foundations of the new development at the 30-acre site.
The £34million regeneration of the Gloucester city centre site will include a Morrisons supermarket, a pub, a restaurant, takeaways and a car showroom.
Peter Willcox, divisional construction manager at Smiths, which is carrying out the groundwork, said: "The site has been completely transformed from what it was before.
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"We took away so much rubbish including gas canisters, fridges, tyres and railway sleepers."
Around 1,000 jobs will be created and Morrisons hope to open in autumn 2013.