Plans have gone on display for the regeneration of Prentice Place in Potter Street. The 1950s built neighbourhood shopping centre is to be transformed with new facades and pitched roofs for retail and residential use and new open public areas.
A consultation meeting was held in August 2016, where residents and traders met Council representatives and the design team behind the plans. Feedback from the public on the redevelopment plans was also gathered.
The proposed plans, which were unveiled at the consultation meeting:
- Proposed Prentice Place - Elevations 14-017-A-1-207 (pdf)
- Proposed Prentice Place - Elevations 14-017-A-1-206 C (pdf)
- Proposed Prentice Place - Ground Floor 14-017-A-1-202 G (pdf)
- Proposed Prentice Place - Ground floor 14-017-A-1-201 F (pdf)
Following on from the consultation, planning permission was granted on 15 November 2016. More information on the planning application
The latest drawings represent the scheme currently being tendered with a hope to appoint a contractor before Christmas.