Tamworth Borough Council welcomed representatives from the Department for Levelling Up Housing and Communities High Streets Task Force for an ‘Unlocking Your Place Potential’ visit on Tuesday 4 July, where key town centre stakeholders joined together to discuss the town centre regeneration and redevelopment plans.
Tamworth Borough Council’s regeneration plans take another step forward with hoarding being put in place and preparatory work starting on restoring and renovating the beautiful Victorian former Co-op building on Colehill as part of plans funded by the government’s Future High Streets Fund.
Future High Streets plans take an exciting step forward as Tamworth Borough Council completes demolition of1960s part of the former Co-operative building and hand over the site to South Staffordshire College, to progress their plans for the new college in the heart of Tamworth town centre.
Tamworth Borough Council’s delivery partner in plans to transform Tamworth town centre, is locating to new office premises with a three-year lease in the town centre, as part of the work Tamworth’s regeneration plans.
Planning permission has been granted for refurbishment and redevelopment work of Tamworth’s Middle Entry in the town centre as part of plans funded by the Future High Streets Fund.
Tamworth Borough Council begins work on progressing its plans for the town centre Future High Streets project, with preparatory works to demolish the 1960s Co-op department store building, set to start this week.
Planning permission has been granted to Tamworth Borough Council to develop a second enterprise hub in the mid-19th century section of the former Co-operative Society building in Colehill.
Plans have now been submitted to facilitate the creation of a second enterprise hub for small businesses, providing affordable serviced offices, collaboration space, hot desks and meeting rooms in the heart of Tamworth town centre.
Plans have been submitted to bring an historic town centre building back into use in a way that enhances its original Georgian features as part of the £40m project to transform the heart of Tamworth.
A major milestone has been reached in the multi-million-pound project to transform Tamworth town centre, with the council taking ownership of the flagship building at the heart of the plans.