Maidenhead town centre regeneration plans on show

Maidenhead town centre plans
Image caption The revamp plans include 50 new shops and an anchor store

Plans to regenerate Maidenhead town centre in Berkshire are being put on display on Friday and Saturday.

The multi-million pound revamp proposal of the Kings Triangle site will include 50 new shops and an anchor store.

There will be a new network of wide shopping streets and a public area for events and community groups to use.

Tim Webb, a spokesman for the developers, said: "The masterplan is still being developed so getting local people's feedback is vital."

The 226,000 sq ft (21,000 sq m) of retail space covers the area between King Street and Queen Street.

A new car park will be built as well as new homes and offices above the shops.

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council, which is the majority landowner of the Kings Triangle site, signed the development agreement with ING Real Estate Development in March.

The public exhibition will be held on Friday between 1400 and 1900 BST and Saturday between 1000 and 1400 BST at the Methodist Church, High Street, Maidenhead.

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