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Rogers unveils revised Cambridge masterplan

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has submitted its revised masterplan for the regeneration of a vast site in Cambridge.

The plans, called cb1, aim to redevelop the area around the city’s train station, and include a major overhaul of the station concourse, a new public square, nearly 1,400 new homes and a hotel, as well as office and retail space.

A previous incarnation of the masterplan was ditched by the developer, Ashwell, almost a year ago to the day.

The original proposals were submitted two years ago but were thrown out by city planners. Ashwell initiated an appeal but decided to drop it and sent Rogers back to the drawing board.

A Cambridge council spokeswoman said: ‘We are working closely with both parties on the revised application. We will now be going through an extensive consultation period'.

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