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In pictures: latest on Brimscombe Port demolition

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The Brimscombe Port demolition is back underway after an asbestos scare.

Work to demolish industrial buildings at Brimscombe Port was halted in December after an asbestos scar -however, an investigation ruled the asbestos incident was ‘very unlikely’ to pose health risks.

The former inland port dates back to the 1780s and a multi-million-pound redevelopment scheme will see a minimum of 150 homes being built, along with business premises and a community centre alongside a restored section of the canal.

Stroud Times’ photographer Matt Bigwood visited the site to capture these images.

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