Construction well advanced at Moat Lane regeneration scheme in Towcester

Construction is progressing well at the Moat Lane mixed-use regeneration scheme in the historic UK town of Towcester, Northamptonshire.

Moat Lane is a residential-led, mixed-use regeneration project being sensitively built around a scheduled ancient monument (the restored Bury Mount, the remains of an ancient motte and bailey castle)

The BREEAM Very Good development will help regenerate Towcester High Street and the wider town centre, and will include a new community building, community space, offices, 132 homes and shops.

The Moat Lane area lies within the Towcester Conservation Area and includes several listed buildings, the scheduled ancient monument and registered parkland. The 50,000m² scheme has been carefully designed to ensure that all of these elements are treated as sensitively as possible.

The Chapman Taylor-delivered masterplan, designed in close liaison with local groups and relevant authorities, will provide the Roman market town with new economic, social and community infrastructure when it completes later in 2020.

Chapman Taylor has designed and delivered projects all over the world on which we have worked with local authorities, heritage bodies and others to ensure that heritage buildings and historic environments are saved, protected and enhanced. From context-appropriate interior design to the regeneration of entire urban districts, Chapman Taylor has the skills and experience to ensure that those historic environments are reinvigorated for decades to come.

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