The site has been off-limits to members of the public and vehicles since October 2019.Read the full story ›
A leading Carlisle councillor is 'hopeful' that the authority can get back the money it has spent on the Carlisle Central Plaza.Read the full story ›
The road has been closed on safety grounds because of the dangerous state of the former Central Plaza Hotel.Read the full story ›
Work to bring the building down is being completed so quickly that plans to allow access to closed businesses is now in place.Read the full story ›
Eight thousand tonnes of rubble is set to be removed from the site of the derelict building in the centre of Carlisle.Read the full story ›
The council say they are carrying out the work as quickly and safely as possible.Read the full story ›
The first stage of the demolition of the Central Plaza Hotel will be the protection of adjoining buildings.Read the full story ›
The route has been forced to close due to the serious deterioration of the derelict Central Plaza Hotel.Read the full story ›
Victoria Viaduct in Carlisle is closed following a council decision to carry out further demolition to the derelict Central Plaza Hotel.Read the full story ›
The majority of seven tonnes of loose brickwork has been removed from the front of the former Central Plaza Hotel, with 25 more tonnes to be removed from the rest of the building.
Carlisle City Council says that once seven tonnes has been removed contractors will start on the next stage of works.
This includes the removal of two large chimneys and the roof over the front section of the building.
A date for which Victoria Viaduct will reopen has yet to be announced.