Winchester City Council will be hosting the next Open Forum on the Central Winchester Regeneration project on 16th March 2022. Residents and businesses across the Winchester district are invited to join the session to hear an update on the project including:
- the launch of the marketing campaign for the site
- new open space at Friarsgate Medical Centre site
- exciting plans for Kings Walk
- the latest updates on the archaeology work underway
The Open Forum will be held on:
When: Wednesday 16 March at 6pm
Where: Hosted online via Microsoft Teams
There will also be a chance to hear from the team and everyone will have a chance to ask questions.
If you would like to join, email CWRegen@winchester.gov.uk to be sent the link and instructions on how to join the session.
Proposals for the Central Winchester Regeneration area incorporate Winchester bus station, Kings Walk, the old Friarsgate Medical Centre and Coitbury House to bring a vibrant new mixed-use development, with high quality new homes, flexible workspaces, a thriving night-time economy and beautiful public spaces.
Cllr Kelsie Learney, Cabinet Member for Housing and Asset Management, said:
“We are moving forward with turning the vision of a vibrant new quarter in the heart of Winchester into reality. We are excited to share with the public progress on creating a new area of open space on the site of the old Friarsgate Medical Centre, as well as transforming the Kings Walk area into an imaginative, creative new space. We have also launched our marketing campaign for the site and look forward to sharing the fantastic new look branding and brochure”