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Wokingham Town Centre regeneration

Wokingham Town Centre regeneration

Town centre

Wokingham town centre needs to evolve, to meet the needs of residents now and as the population grows. Several town centre sites have been identified for regeneration in the Wokingham town centre Masterplan (PDF document). We have set up a regeneration company to help develop some of these sites and to find out more visit The Regeneration Company website.

Planning permission has already been granted for:

  • F/2012/1678 - the refurbishment of the buildings on the corner of Market Place and Rose Street which has already been completed
  • F/2014/2637 - the regeneration of the "Peach Place" site, which extends from the Market Place along Rose Street and Peach Street
  • O/2015/1056 - a mixed use development including expansion of the existing leisure facilities and a new multi-storey car park at Carnival Pool
  • 153125 - a mixed use development including reconfiguration of the park at Elms Field, a new cinema and a hotel

Public spaces

We are looking to improve the streets and other public spaces in the town centre, to reduce the dominance of traffic and make them more 'people friendly'.

Building on the masterplan, an initial public realm workshop took place in June 2011 and further details can be found in the Wokingham Town Centre Public Realm Stakeholder Consultation Report (PDF document). This was followed by a series of workshops and an exhibition, leading to the production of the  Public Realm Strategy (PDF document) and  Public Realm Strategy appendices (PDF document).

We're working with Wokingham Town Council to carry out improvements to the Market Place. Following a series of meetings and workshops with local residents during 2015 we have been working on the detailed design.   

Market Place improvement 

Read our Wokingham Market Place improvement page for details of planned improvements to Market Place.

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