Town centre model goes on show

PUBLISHED: 12:50 09 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:54 26 October 2009

A MODEL showing the planned town centre regeneration has gone on view. The large-scale design, measuring 2.2 metres by 1.2 metres, puts into context the redevelopment project that extends over eight acres. It went on show in the foyer at Asda in Queensway

A MODEL showing the planned town centre regeneration has gone on view.

The large-scale design, measuring 2.2 metres by 1.2 metres, puts into context the redevelopment project that extends over eight acres.

It went on show in the foyer at Asda in Queensway yesterday (Tuesday).

Graham Walker, the project manager for the scheme, will be available at certain times to answer questions about the project such as how the scheme came about, how consultation has helped shaped the town centre east area and the key stages of the project.

He will be at the Hatfield supermarket between 10am and noon on the next three Wednesdays, January 16, 23, and 30.

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A council spokeswoman said: "The proposed scheme include shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a new multi-storey car park (575 car spaces), a new primary care trust facility, a new town centre bus stop facility, improvements to the public amenity and public realm as well as 275 residential units.

"Once completed it will provide businesses and residents with a much needed attractive, accessible, clean and vibrant centre to shop, live, work and relax in.

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