Chester Amphitheatre decision
Plans to sell-off a building which sits over the covered part of Chester's Roman amphitheatre have been approved, with Cheshire West and Chester Council insisting the will "transform that area of the city."
This comes despite the objections of more than 18,000 people.
Campaign group Dig Up Deva said the sale destroyed "long-held desires" to see the amphitheatre uncovered in part or in full.
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