On day 1, Stoke on Trent Council presented the UK debut of Etruscan Square, a multimillion pound city centre masterplan and regeneration scheme in Hanley. With a variety of mixed uses, and promoting a new urban community for the local area public realm sits at the heart of the development. The scheme provides a range of public facilities, commercial opportunities and green landscape and recognises the importance of inner-city residential development to support a vibrant city centre community. Etruscan Square seeks to provide benefits to the social and economic future of Hanley, Stoke on Trent. As architects of the scheme we look forward to our continuing involvement delivering this visionary regeneration project.
Take a look around the scheme here.
On day 2, Lisa and Adam were supporting the City of Wolverhampton Council in the launch of the new city wide Investment Prospectus. The document collaboratively authored by GNA, Arup and City of Wolverhampton Council sets out a graphical vision for future investment and development across broad areas of the city.
Structured around three central regeneration themes, the plan focuses on the city’s aspirations for continued growth and promotion of green and sustainable innovative business, city living, working opportunities and continued promotion and expansion of the vibrant culture within the city. The plan seeks to detail intervention and change through targeted investment in job creation, providing a home for leading tech and sustainable industry, infrastructure improvements and high quality new city based housing. At it’s heart the Investment Prospectus is about people and providing a blueprint to future prosperity for all Wolverhampton residents.
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View the new Investment Executive Summary