Start in 2023, completion in 2026
The Church Street regeneration aims to improve the quality of life of the people who live and work in the area. It will bring around 1,750 high quality new homes, greener and more pedestrianised spaces, and new community services to support the health and wellbeing of the local community.
Residents have voted in favour of proposals to regenerate Church Street Sites A, B & C. We held a residents’ ballot from November 19 to December 21 2022 to make sure the community supported our plans. We would like to thank all the residents who took part in the ballot.
The result saw 56% of residents take part in the ballot and 73.1% voted ‘yes’.Disclaimer
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A comprehensive initiative aimed at enhancing the lifestyle and environment for residents and workers in the Church Street area is underway. The proposed regeneration plans entail the development of approximately 1,750 new residences of high quality, coupled with the creation of more green spaces and pedestrian-friendly zones. Additionally, the initiative includes the establishment of new community services designed to bolster the health and well-being of the local populace.
Engagement with the community, including residents, businesses, and neighbors of Church Street, has been ongoing to advance several regeneration projects in the region. This collaborative approach ensures that the community remains integral to every stage of the regeneration process. To discover further details about the ongoing regeneration projects, a link has been provided for additional information.
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