Green light to turn former Gloucester prison into new homes

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios' proposals for the redevelopment of HMP Gloucester

Architect Feilden Clegg Bradley behind work at building whose former inmates include serial killer Fred West

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has won planning permission for its redevelopment of HMP Gloucester, which will deliver 202 new city-centre homes across retained listed buildings and new-build.

Its proposals, for developer City & Country Group, will see 38 new homes delivered in grade II and grade II* listed parts of the 19th century building, designed by Thomas Fulljames, which is adjacent to the city’s Historic Docks Quarter and Cathedral Quarter.

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