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Cumbria Council Council has released plans of the new headquarters it wants to build in Carlisle city centre.
The £10million building will see staff move less than a quarter of a mile to a site on Botchergate. But concerns have been raised about spending so much money on a new building when public services are being severely cut. Fiona McIlwraith reports.
Cumbria County Council have put forward planning application for a new £10million HQ to be built in the Botchergate area of Carlisle.
It's a move that is said to save money and help the council work better:
However, the plan has been met with mixed emotions from public:
Plans have been submitted for a new 10 million pound headquarters for Cumbria County council.
The new building will be built in the Botchergate area of Carlisle and will house 600 of the county's workers.
The current headquarters are based at The Courts.