Can you come up with a road name for Gloucester's Railway Triangle development?
WORK on the Railway Triangle in Gloucester will be completed by the end of the year but one thing is yet to be confirmed – the name of its main road.
Developers LXB Properties and Gloucester City Council are asking for ideas.
Paul James, leader of the city council, said: "We want the great people of Gloucester to come up with the name.
"Something that would reflect the railway history would be ideal.
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"We had a board meeting on Friday and the developers wanted an inspiring name.
"Gloucester has waited a long time for this site to be complete."
The proposed name Turntable Way has been put forward to the council, along with Meridian Way and Old Railway Sidings, but nothing has been finalised yet.
These names have a link with the history of the site.
The Railway Triangle will be the site for a new Morrisons supermarket, along with a petrol station, which is due to open in July this year.
Planning permission for the store was granted in December 2011.
Before this, the site had been derelict for 20 years.
The £34million development will also see space for a for high-tech manufacturing and engineering training, car showrooms, a trade park, a drive-through restaurant and coffee shops.
Hugh Worsnip, of Gloucester's Civic Trust, said: "In the 1840s there was a train link going to South Wales and one going to Bristol.
"The Great Western and the East Midlands Trains lines were always competing with each other.
"The Civic Trust would prefer a name that would reflect the history of the site, maybe after a farm."
Metz Way, which forms part of a wider regeneration programme known as the Railway Triangle Corridor, is being promoted by Gloucester Heritage Urban Regeneration Company.
Anyone with suggestions for the road name should contact Councillor Paul James within the next two weeks, by emailing him at paul.james@ gloucester.gov.uk.