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Exclusive: Infamous 'Marmite' building is scrapped as new plans for shop and flats is unveiled for Wisbech High Street




Controversial plans for a specialist temporary building, which would have included a viewing platform, in the centre of Wisbech have now be shelved to make way for a more 'sustainable' project.

The Fenland Citizen can exclusively reveal that plans for 'The Gap' dubbed the Marmite building because of the strong reaction it provoked when it was first suggested as part of the redevelopment of the town's High Street, have been replaced with proposals to create a new retail unit with flats above.

Lengthy behind the scenes negotiations have meant that a permanent building can now be built in the space left by the former Cook's butchers at number 24 High Street.


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