Our Moat Lane Regeneration Project in the Roman town of Towcester UK, is well underway

Moat Lane in the Roman town of Towcester, UK, is a residential led mixed-use regeneration project built around a scheduled ancient monument.

Centred around the restored Bury Mount, the remains of an earthwork ancient castle, this high quality development will regenerate Towcester high street and town centre and will include: a new community building, community space, offices, 132 homes and shops.

The Moat Lane area in Towcester has many important buildings and landscape features. It is within the Towcester conservation area and includes several listed buildings, a scheduled ancient monument and registered parkland. The masterplan has been carefully designed to ensure that all of these elements are treated as sensitively as possible.

The vision is 'to provide the historic market town of Towcester with a level of new economic, social and community infrastructure that meets the needs of the existing and future population through the comprehensive delivery of the highest quality of regeneration that reflects the settlement's significant cultural and built heritage.'

Now halfway through the project, the new community building and existing period Mill building renovation which is now a micro-brewery has been completed, and work on the residential, retail and commercial phases is due to complete in 2018

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