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Plans for the multi-million-pound transformation of a shopping centre in the heart of Durham City are outlined in a public consultation launching this week.

The move sees a proposal by real estate investment and development company Citrus Group to transform Prince Bishops Place into a vibrant and exciting venue for shopping, leisure activities and overnight stays.

If the project gets the green light from the County Council next year, around 195 full-time equivalent jobs in the retail, hospitality and wider regional supply chain sectors could be created when the site eventually opens, contributing between £5.4m and £8.6m Gross Value Added in economic output to the city.

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