Cirencester Town Centre Regeneration Project

If you come in to Cirencester regularly you will no doubt be aware of the works going on in and around the Market Place; and whilst we appreciate the disruption, we know that the wait of over 50 years since first talking about these changes, will be worth it.

The scheme builds on the town’s success of ‘Independent Shops’, ‘Individual Food’ and an ‘Incredible History’.

Works are currently on schedule and on budget, albeit we are now entering a crucial phase of the overall delivery.

The latest phasing timetable is as follows:

- Market Place/Dyer Street (south side) drainage, kerbs and footpath - 3 July to 25 July
- Market Place/Dyer Street (north side) drainage, kerbs and footpath - 25 July to 15 August
-#61623; Market Place (south side) drainage, kerbs and footpath - 25 July to 15 August
- West Market Place - 1 August to 31 August
-#61623; Market Place (central area) - 1 August to 1 October
-#61623; Market Place (area in front of the Parish Church) - 19 September to 31 October

Milbrooke, our contractor, are a great team, who have been proactive and supportive in adapting swiftly to various challenges and ensuring that the scheme is delivered on schedule and within the budget.

Posted: 31/07/2016



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