Banbury Gateway shopping centre plans on display

Plans for the new Banbury Gateway development The plans are on display at Prodrive's headquarters until Saturday afternoon

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Plans for a new shopping centre in North Oxfordshire have gone on display to the public.

The development would be called Banbury Gateway, and developers say it could create up to 500 jobs.

The motorsport company Prodrive wants to build the retail park at its existing site in order to finance moving to a larger building close by.

The plans are on display at Prodrive's headquarters until 13:00 BST on Saturday afternoon.

The company says its new base at the former Hella manufacturing facility in Banbury is nearly twice the size of the its current headquarters.

The retail development would host a number of well known brands including large M&S and Next stores.

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