Renewed hope for future of Tricorn site in Portsmouth

Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth

Plans mooted for 13-acre redevelopment.

In the intervening 15 years, development proposals for the site once occupied by the brutalist 1960s complex have come and gone.

New plans are slowly taking shape for the area but details remain scarce. Earlier this year, Portsmouth City Council announced that it was minded to form a joint venture with property investment and development advisory firm Delancey to develop the site and other land north of the city’s Commercial Road shopping area in a development area potentially totalling 13 acres.

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