​New plans unveiled for North Westgate mixed-use regeneration in Peterborough

Chapman Taylor and Hawksworth Securities have unveiled new plans for the North Westgate mixed-use regeneration project in Peterborough. Alongside our client, Hawksworth Securities, we conducted a public consultation on our proposals on 27 June.

Under the revised proposals, North Westgate will create a mixed-use urban development on a 5.6-hectare site lying adjacent to the Queensgate Centre, linking the latter with the station and residential housing to the north.

The development, which will transform a site largely used for surface car parks, includes retail units, offices, restaurants, a medical centre, an eight-screen cinema, a new food hall, a community centre, 210 apartments and a 120-bed hotel.

Famous heritage buildings have been sympathetically incorporated into the scheme, with a refurbished Westgate Church being the focus of a major new public square, from which a network of pedestrianised streets will extend. The development is designed to foster a sense of community with a vibrant environment active late into the evening.

Chapman Taylor provided the new masterplan for the regeneration of this key city centre area. Hawksworth Securities expects to submit a new planning application within weeks.

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