Housing unveiled on former Welsh Harp pub site
A DERELICT Gloucester pub has been transformed into a supermarket and houses.
The former Welsh Harp pub, at London Road, has been formally unveiled by developers County to County Property Group as a Tesco Express and five houses.
The houses were built in collaboration with Severn Vale Housing Society.
The redevelopment has been heralded as a significant boost for the area.
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Thomas Waldron, from County to County, said: "We have taken the former pub from a derelict, redundant property attracting anti-social behaviour to a vibrant shop front employing 30 people.
"To the rear we have just completed the construction of five houses, which will provide new homes to the general public and workers at the hospital."
Councillor Paul James, leader of Gloucester City Council, cut the ribbon to officially unveil the new development alongside representatives from County to County and Severn Vale Housing Society.