Carlisle's Civic Centre could be knocked down as the city council have announced plans to build a new shopping development in its place. It's just one of the proposals being put forward for consultation tomorrow by the council try to breathe new life into the area.
Plans to build 15 apartments in Wetheral could be passed, despite objections from more than 80 residents.
Citadel Estates were granted planning permission un 2012 to build the homes on the site of Skelton House, a 200-year-old property that had been demolished.
Last year they modified the plans, increasing the size of the project by adding a forth floor, but objections from locals meant Carlisle City Council refused planning consent and issued a notice to halt the building work.
Citadel launched an appeal, proposing a third set of plans over three floors.
84 people have objected to these new proposals but the plans look set to be approved at a meeting on Friday.