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Public consultation to help develop a fresh vision for Rugby town centre

March 9, 2021 5:43 PM
By Rugby Lib Dems

Rugby Town Centre at 14.30 on Saturday 17 October 2015A public consultation aims to discover the views of residents and businesses on the future of Rugby town centre.

The first stage of consultation marks a key milestone in the development of a new Rugby Town Centre Spatial Strategy, creating a roadmap for the regeneration of the town centre over the next 15 years.

In addition to public consultations to find out the views of residents and businesses, Rugby Borough Council plans to conduct detailed analysis of the town centre's current strengths and weaknesses in order to identify opportunities for regeneration and redevelopment.

The council has joined forces with strategic real estate advisor Avison Young, masterplanners Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners, and transport planners Urban Flow to develop the strategy, which focuses on retail, residential, leisure, transport and tourism.

The team has worked on a number of high-profile town centre regeneration projects, including Luton, Enfield, Birkenhead and Northstowe.

The first stage of public consultation runs from today (Monday 8 March) to Thursday 19 March. Residents can complete the online consultation on the council's website: www.rugby.gov.uk/tcstrategy