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Cathedral Plaza plans set to go on display

Worcester Editorial 23rd Apr, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

RESIDENTS and traders will have the chance to have their say on a multi-million pound project to revamp one of the city’s main shopping centres.

Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund, which owns the Cathedral Plaza, will be presenting its plans for the remodelling of the centre in a public exhibition on Thursday, May 1.

The project includes the introduction of seven restaurants, which would overlook a new public square near Worcester Cathedral, as well as a new gym.

But Nick Webb, of Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund, has urged people to learn more about their plans, which will be on display between 2pm and 7pm at Unit 20 at the Cathedral Plaza. before an application is submitted to Worcester City Council.

“We’re excited about our proposals for Cathedral Plaza and the possibility of creating a new public square for Worcester, and we hope the city is too,” Mr Webb said.

“We look forward to seeing everyone with an interest in the city centre at our event on May 1.”

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