New view of Bridge Street redevelopment unveiled

New view of Bridge Street redevelopment unveiled

New view of Bridge Street redevelopment unveiled

First published in News

THIS is what Warrington can expect from the Bridge Street regeneration scheme.


Warrington Borough Council has unveiled a new image showing how the redesigned area around Time Square will look once completed.


The image show the multiplex cinema to the right with family friendly restaurants below, the new council office to the left and also the new market hall which will be moved across to link in with the former Boots Grade II listed facade on Bridge Street.

 

It comes as the council gears up for its public consultation on the scheme, which will run from Friday, June 13 to June 27.


There will be two events where the public can take a look at the scheme and chat to the development team.


They will run on Friday, June 13 from 2pm to 8pm at the former Glitz store, 54 Bank Street, Time Square and on Saturday, June 14 at Warrington Market from 9am and 2pm.


Comments may also be submitted online at warrington.gov.uk/bridgestreet or at howplanning.com/consultations.

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4:38pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Penketh Pony says...

Bringing the council offices into the heart of the redevelopment along with a new market and promoting the (classy) night time/cafe economy is a good way to go.

No doubt it will all be finished off with a splashing of Pilkington's glass on the facade of every building though.
Bringing the council offices into the heart of the redevelopment along with a new market and promoting the (classy) night time/cafe economy is a good way to go. No doubt it will all be finished off with a splashing of Pilkington's glass on the facade of every building though. Penketh Pony
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5:03pm Fri 6 Jun 14

richiepooh says...

No no no no no no
Jesus Christ. Warrington is a traditional market town with classic buildings and architecture. This is the style for development of a docklands or old industrial site. Why are these morons trying to erase all historical aspects of warring tins heritage
No no no no no no Jesus Christ. Warrington is a traditional market town with classic buildings and architecture. This is the style for development of a docklands or old industrial site. Why are these morons trying to erase all historical aspects of warring tins heritage richiepooh
  • Score: 0

5:07pm Fri 6 Jun 14

richiepooh says...

Furthermore the barrenness of the design is appalling. Bland and empty the cheapskate architect had populated it with colourful people meandering in there cafe lifestyle. THIS WONT HAPPEN!!! There is nothing there that would attract people. It will be barren. Seriously Warrington shoot these idiots. Find them and shoot them. They have no idea about Warrington. This is a skatepark and rubbish tip waiting to happen.
Furthermore the barrenness of the design is appalling. Bland and empty the cheapskate architect had populated it with colourful people meandering in there cafe lifestyle. THIS WONT HAPPEN!!! There is nothing there that would attract people. It will be barren. Seriously Warrington shoot these idiots. Find them and shoot them. They have no idea about Warrington. This is a skatepark and rubbish tip waiting to happen. richiepooh
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