Public consultation for Princesshay Leisure in Exeter, UK

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The people of Exeter have the chance to take a look at detailed plans for the extension to Exeter's Princesshay Shopping Centre over the next two days.

The plans, which were given the go ahead by Exeter City Council in January, will see part of the current bus and coach station site transformed into new restaurants, shops, a cinema and an outdoor amphitheatre.

Named Princesshay Leisure, it will sit along side 'Princesshay' which is a successful mixed-used city centre scheme that provides a unique retail and residential city centre development in the heart of Exeter's conservation area. Chapman Taylor was the concept and executive architect for this Award winning scheme.  

Princesshay Leisure is an extension to the scheme that includes the regeneration of the existing bus and coach station site. The proposed mixed use development will provide additional retail and leisure facilities, a new bus station and a new Leisure Centre that will be developed by Exeter City Council.

The new scheme represents an opportunity to create a modern gateway to the city centre in a prominent strategic location in need of regeneration. A central public space will provide public realm within the heart of the development whilst a series of new pedestrian public streets and open spaces will improve connectivity through the expanded city core.

Architectural design, materials, and the proposed mix of retail, leisure and restaurant uses are up for discussion at the public consultation which takes place on Friday 22nd of July and Saturday 23rd of July.

For more information please contact:
Nick Thursby
nthursby@chapmantaylor.com

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