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Iconic Stroud pub could be demolished


A pub once known as the Pelican could be demolished as part of Stroud Town Council’s Neighbourhood Development Plan Review.

The ‘Peli’ was a much-loved Stroud social institution throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Subsequently the pub was named the Union Inn and latterly the Market Tavern until its closure in 2014, when it was sold to an investor by leisure property specialist, Fleurets, for in excess of the guide price, of £350,000.

The owner of the Market Tavern site has shared three potential options for the redevelopment, which you can view HERE

You can see the plans for other aspects of the Neighbourhood Plan, including parking, at Five Valleys Shopping Centre until Saturday 25 March, or find it online at News | Stroud Town Council.

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