Tenders invited

Moves for major changes to the centre of Shrewsbury have taken a step forward, with companies being asked to come up with ‘masterplans’ to reshape the town.

Six areas will be the focus of the ‘Big Town Plan’ including the dilapidated Riverside Shopping Centre, which could be demolished and replaced as part of the vision to revitalise the town centre.
Specialist companies are being invited to bid for the contract with Peter Nutting, leader of Shropshire Council and member of the Big Town Plan board saying, “We’re looking for a specialist team that can produce a series of concept masterplans for these six key areas of Shrewsbury.

“This exciting and important work will enable the Big Town Plan Partnership, landowners and investors to make investment decisions that will bring forward work to develop, grow and revitalise the Big Town Plan area.”


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