Roman ruins to go on display as part of new restaurant

ROMAN ruins will become the centre piece of a new restaurant.

Arches that surrounded the Temple of Claudius are buried next to Colchester’s Castle Park.

A developer wants to build flats, a shop and restaurant at 97 High Street, and will put the Roman remains on display.

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10:24am Mon 31 Dec 12

angryman!!! says...

Sounds intresting and would bring life to the area, like museum st
Sounds intresting and would bring life to the area, like museum st angryman!!!
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1:32pm Mon 31 Dec 12

TheCaptain says...

Sounds good hope it works. Though this is a resubmitted plan from 2006.
Sounds good hope it works. Though this is a resubmitted plan from 2006. TheCaptain
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11:10pm Mon 31 Dec 12

Reginald47 says...

Not if it looks like the artist's impression in the paper.
Not if it looks like the artist's impression in the paper. Reginald47
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5:50pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Jess Jephcott says...

The picture in the Gazette didn't look very encouraging so I hope that the planners make sure that it will look right for the area. I welcome any possibility for displaying our Roman heritage to the visiting public. This is indeed a hugely important part of our Roman town.
The picture in the Gazette didn't look very encouraging so I hope that the planners make sure that it will look right for the area. I welcome any possibility for displaying our Roman heritage to the visiting public. This is indeed a hugely important part of our Roman town. Jess Jephcott
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