Published: 25th Oct 2019

Gloucester City Council has released new images of what Kings Square could look like if multi-million-pound regeneration plans get approved. The computer-generated images show how the city centre square will be transformed with a temporary stage, outdoor cinema and water fountains. If approved, the plans will see a number of buildings in the city centre replaced with 150 homes, 40,000 square feet of office space and new shops, bars and eateries. Other images show the lighting designed by multi-award-winning Michael Grubb Studio, the creative vision behind high profile projects such as the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Gardens of Light Festival and Twickenham Stadium Gateways. The lighting will brighten the area and protect its newly welcoming atmosphere into the evening. The leader of Gloucester City Council, Cllr Paul James said the new images illustrate ‘our vision for the transformation’ of this part of Gloucester city centre into a destination and flexible … (To read the full article, subscribe below)