Major plans unveiled for Carlisle's flood-hit civic centre



Part of Carlisle's Civic Centre could be demolished under radical plans to revamp the landmark building in the wake of the floods.
The Cumberland News can reveal that the iconic octagonal chamber block annexe, which is used to hold council meetings and some civic ceremonies, may be levelled - to make way for more car parking spaces.
Overall proposals for the recovery of the building after it was hit by floodwater for the second time in December 2015 also involve moves to create a new conference centre inside.
This would be in a newly-refurbished ground floor in the main Civic Centre... read more

 
28 July 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 43
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