Planning permission is in place for new leisure and retail facilities as well as homes, cafes and restaurants, to create a vibrant and thriving town centre both in the day and at night.
Because of the current economic climate, the regeneration of Bracknell Town Centre is taking place in phases. The first phase was the development of the new Waitrose supermarket in the northern area of the town centre, which opened in November 2011. Work has progressed since then, and we are now at the stage where big names are signing up to the scheme.
Once the northern development is underway, work will move forward in phases on Charles Square, Eagle House, Princess Square, the southern gateway, Stanley Walk and Jubilee Gardens.
Bracknell Forest Council is working in partnership with Bracknell Regeneration Partnership and other landowners to make the new town centre vision a reality. Bracknell Regeneration Partnership (BRP) was established in 2003 as a 50/50 joint venture vehicle between Legal & General’s Life Fund and SEPUT (Schroder Exempt Property Unit Trust).
The Homes and Community Agency (HCA) is also a partner who supports the regeneration.
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