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Trowbridge town centre development application goes in

August 14, 2017 8:25 AM

Wiltshire Council has applied to itself for permission to redevelop the site opposite County Hall on Bythesea Road.

The proposal is for, "Outline application for proposed mixed use development comprising the demolition of all existing buildings on site and redevelopment to include the provision of up to 690m2 of retail floor space (Classes A1, A2 and A3); up to 1,100m2 of restaurant/public house floor space (Classes A4 and AA); up to 54 residential apartments (Class C3); new health facility (Class D1) of up to 4,000m2 floor space; a new leisure centre (Class D2) with up to 1,800m2 floor space with provision of an energy centre within the proposed leisure facility. Provision of associated vehicular access, car parking and service vehicles access. Creation of new footpaths/cycleways across the site, new riverside walkway, public amenity space, new landscaping, removal of existing trees and replacement tree planting. Provision of new pedestrian footbridge across the River Biss, along with steps on the eastern side of River Biss to connect into the existing riverside footpath."

The application reference number is 17/07693/OUT

Details on WC website

You are invited to take a look at the plans in more detail by attending a drop-in exhibition at the atrium in County Hall at the following dates:

29 August - 9am to 5:30pm

  • 30 August - 9am to 5:30pm

  • 31 August - 9am to 7pm (the exhibition will be manned on this day for anyone who has any questions)

  • 1 September - 9am to 7pm