NEW plans have been revealed to add a window to a Grade II-listed shopping arcade.

The owner of Wantage's Victoria Cross Gallery has sent a new design to install the window for one of the new flats created upstairs.

Helen Sopher, who owns the shopping arcade just off the Market Place, won planning permission in 2017 to convert offices above the shops into three apartments.

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The building, originally the Wantage Corn Exchange, was converted into an art gallery in the late 19th century when Lord Wantage donated to the town a collection of paintings by Claudier Desanges of people who had won the Victoria Cross medal.

Members of public can see the new planning application at using the code P19/V0313/FUL

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