St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 20th July 2014 9:00pm
AVDC has recently published its plan for the future development of Aylesbury town centre.
According to the District Council the Plan brings together a whole host of improvements which will build on the multi-million pound investment already made to transform the town centre. These improvements will help Aylesbury to thrive and prosper, as shopping habits change and people start to use their town centres in a very different way.
AVDC has worked closely with Aylesbury Town Council and Buckinghamshire County Council to develop the Plan, its objectives being to:
- help preserve the town's history and heritage
- encourage sustainable, mixed-use development, attracting people of all ages to live, work and spend leisure time in the town centre
- create beautiful, flexible public spaces, suitable for events and for people to spend time in
- make the town centre easier to get to and around
You can download the summary document from this page — see the PDF below the image.
Full details can be found here
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