Tamworth Borough Council has achieved a major milestone in plans to remodel Tamworth city centre by appointing Malvern-based Speller Metcalfe as supply companion.
The development agency will now work alongside Tamworth Borough Council to ship the formidable plans for the government-funded Future Excessive Streets venture.
The subsequent stage of the venture will see an in depth costed work programme developed to ship a new Enterprise Centre within the unique 19th Century former Co-operative constructing on Colehill, renovations at The Center Entry, Restoration and refurbishment of the late 18th century former Peel Café, and historic vacant properties on Market Avenue, making a wider footbridge into the fortress grounds and public realm works that may hyperlink all of the tasks collectively.
Tamworth was awarded £21.65 million from the Future Excessive Streets Fund to remodel the city centre into the busy, thriving coronary heart of the neighborhood.
Anna Miller, Assistant Director for Development and Regeneration mentioned: “It’s incredible to have one of many perfect development corporations as our supply companion.
“Speller Metcalfe has efficiently delivered many private and non-private tasks throughout the area and we’re more than happy to have them on board to assist us ship our formidable programme to rejuvenate Tamworth city centre.”
Matthew Bailey, Divisional Director at Speller Metcalfe mentioned: “We’re completely delighted to have the ability to help the council in shifting their transformation plans ahead as we all know what a optimistic affect this can have on the residents of Tamworth and guests to the city centre.
“We can be working intently with the Tamworth neighborhood all through the venture to make sure disruption is saved to a minimal.”
Work is predicted to begin within the coming months.