Hundreds of local residents visit the Stoke Wharf exhibitions

The promoters of the plans to regenerate Stoke Wharf in Slough are hoping for another good turnout when their plans go on display again at The Curve in Slough town centre next week.

Last week, over 550 people dropped into a consultation tent at the Slough Canal Festival, where local residents had the opportunity to see the plans and meet the team who developed the scheme.

The exhibition will be on display at The Curve, William St, Slough SL1 1XY between: • 2.30pm – 6.30pm, Monday 23 September 2019 • 2.30pm – 6.30pm, Tuesday 24 September 2019

Andy Howell, General Manager of Slough Urban Renewal, said: “It was a pleasure to see so many local residents at the Slough Canal Festival and talk to them about our vision and plans. It was great to hear everyone’s feedback and we will be reviewing these over the next few weeks. We hope that more residents will pop in and see the plans at the Curve.”

Slough Urban Renewal and Waterside Places are working to redevelop the area around Stoke Wharf, which sits at the end of the Slough branch of the Grand Union Canal. The plans involve breathing new life into the canal and creating a mixed-use development with around 270 new homes, improvements to the Bowyers recreation ground, as well as enhancements to the towpath and cycling routes. A planning application will be submitted later this year.

More information about the proposals can be found at where local residents can also get involved in shaping the plans.

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