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Regeneration2018-10-09T10:56:56+00:00

Camberley is getting even better –
Our 7 point plan.

Surrey Heath Borough Council (SHBC) purchased The Square shopping centre in 2016. As part of this investment the shopping centre is undergoing a phased 8 million refurbishment to provide a brighter contemporary environment to continue to attract new high quality tenants.
Park Street and the Atrium are already a strong focus for the evening economy with a range of restaurants, a Vue Cinema and bowling.
There’s even more to come for Camberley’s High Street. SHBC has been awarded a £3.5 million grant to make structural improvement to roads and pavements the project will also incorporate installation of public art and improved public seating and walkways in Knoll Walk and Princess Way.
With links into the High Street and Park Street, London Road is a historic site which will be rejuvenated and used for civic and cultural activities. New residential development will bring life to the area, taking advantage of a prime town centre location coupled with exclusive views of the Royal Military Academy to the north.
Obelisk Way will be restored as a 24hr street as part of the London Road site redevelopment.
The remodelling of Ashwood House, run by SHBC, delivers ground floor retail space with new luxury apartments above. The 116 apartments sit in a prominent location connecting Princess Way with Pembroke Way and the railway station. Delivered by Berkeley Homes, the homes will be on sale in 2020.
The A30, London Road is being remodelled to improve access, including enhancing cycling and public transport options. As it connects with the town centre new landscaping works will give it a dignified boulevard character, responding to the historic Royal Military Academy on the north side.

Camberley is getting even better – Our 7 point plan.

Surrey Heath Borough Council (SHBC) purchased The Square shopping centre in 2016. As part of this investment the shopping centre is undergoing a phased 8 million refurbishment to provide a brighter contemporary environment to continue to attract new high quality tenants.
Park Street and the Atrium are already a strong focus for the evening economy with a range of restaurants, a Vue Cinema and bowling.
There’s even more to come for Camberley’s High Street. SHBC has been awarded a £3.5 million grant to make structural improvement to roads and pavements the project will also incorporate installation of public art and improved public seating and walkways in Knoll Walk and Princess Way.
With links into the High Street and Park Street, London Road is a historic site which will be rejuvenated and used for civic and cultural activities. New residential development will bring life to the area, taking advantage of a prime town centre location coupled with exclusive views of the Royal Military Academy to the north.
Obelisk Way will be restored as a 24hr street as part of the London Road site redevelopment.
The remodelling of Ashwood House, run by SHBC, delivers ground floor retail space with new luxury apartments above. The 116 apartments sit in a prominent location connecting Princess Way with Pembroke Way and the railway station. Delivered by Berkeley Homes, the homes will be on sale in 2020.
The A30, London Road is being remodelled to improve access, including enhancing cycling and public transport options. As it connects with the town centre new landscaping works will give it a dignified boulevard character, responding to the historic Royal Military Academy on the north side.

The Square

Your vibrant destination for shopping and entertainment

SHBC has invested £110 million in purchasing The Square shopping centre in 2016 as part of its key priority of regenerating Camberley Town Centre.

As part of this investment the shopping centre is undergoing a phased £8 million refurbishment to provide a bright contemporary environment for retailers to thrive.

The Square is a 480,000 sq ft covered shopping centre and is home to more than 150 national and independent retailers. Brands include Smiggle, O2, TopShop, Patisserie Valerie, River Island and Monsoon, anchored by House of Fraser, Boots and Primark, all benefitting from an average weekly footfall of more than 170,000.

The extensive refurbishment includes new flooring, lighting and facades. The SQ

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The Square

Your vibrant destination for shopping and entertainment

SHBC has invested £110 million in purchasing The Square shopping centre in 2016 as part of its key priority of regenerating Camberley Town Centre.

As part of this investment the shopping centre is undergoing a phased £8 million refurbishment to provide a bright contemporary environment for retailers to thrive.

The Square is a 480,000 sq ft covered shopping centre and is home to more than 150 national and independent retailers. Brands include Smiggle, O2, TopShop, Patisserie Valerie, River Island and Monsoon, anchored by House of Fraser, Boots and Primark, all benefitting from an average weekly footfall of more than 170,000.

The extensive refurbishment includes new flooring, lighting and facades. The SQ

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The Atrium

The perfect place to meet, eat and play

Vibrant restaurants, shops, soft play, bowling alley and Vue cinema. Brands include Next, H&M, Nandos, Vue cinema, Bill’s, Pizza Express, Bella Italia, Chiquito, Lidl, Wagamama, Starbucks, Pandora and Prezzo.  The Atrium is owned and managed by Standard Life.

www.theatrium-camberley.com

The Atrium

The perfect place to meet, eat and play

Vibrant restaurants, shops, soft play, bowling alley and Vue cinema. Brands include Next, H&M, Nandos, Vue cinema, Bill’s, Pizza Express, Bella Italia, Chiquito, Lidl, Wagamama, Starbucks, Pandora and Prezzo.  The Atrium is owned and managed by Standard Life.

www.theatrium-camberley.com

London Road

Turning round a piece of heritage

The London Road Development is the single biggest opportunity in Camberley and represents a £150 million investment.  The Council is working with development partners on schemes to comprehensively renew this part of the town centre.  The aim is to create a strong new focus with an appealing frontage to the London Road and high quality streets and spaces which link the High Street and Park Street around the clock.This will provide a vibrant new space that can host a range of events to entertain and provide a great experiences.The London Road Development is also a potential location for civic, cultural and co-working space.  New residential development will bring further vitality, taking advantage of a prime town centre location coupled with extensive views of the mature landscape of the Royal Military Academy to the North.

London Road

Turning round a piece of heritage

The London Road Development is the single biggest opportunity in Camberley and represents a £150 million investment.  The Council is working with development partners on schemes to comprehensively renew this part of the town centre.  The aim is to create a strong new focus with an appealing frontage to the London Road and high quality streets and spaces which link the High Street and Park Street around the clock.This will provide a vibrant new space that can host a range of events to entertain and provide a great experiences.The London Road Development is also a potential location for civic, cultural and co-working space.  New residential development will bring further vitality, taking advantage of a prime town centre location coupled with extensive views of the mature landscape of the Royal Military Academy to the North.

High Street

Upgraded and fit for the future

£4.4 million is being spent on substantial structural improvement to The High Street, which will include wing the pavements, improving road and pavement surfaces; the project will also incorporate installation of public art and improved public seating and walkways in Knoll Walk and Princess Way. The improved High Street will complement Park Street and The Atrium and the extensive renovations taking place in The Square Shopping centre.

High Street

Upgraded and fit for the future

£4.4 million is being spent on substantial structural improvement to The High Street, which will include wing the pavements, improving road and pavement surfaces; the project will also incorporate installation of public art and improved public seating and walkways in Knoll Walk and Princess Way. The improved High Street will complement Park Street and The Atrium and the extensive renovations taking place in The Square Shopping centre.

Ashwood House

Retail combined with luxury living

The council has led the project to remodel Ashwood House, formerly the home of BHS with an office above, and in a prominent location connecting Princess Way with Pembroke Broadway and the railway station. The result is a comprehensive remodelling of the building, delivering new flexible ground floor retail spaces with 116 new luxury apartments above. The scheme also improves facilities for bus passengers, enhancing the waiting area and the linkage through to the town centre shops. The apartments, which will be delivered by Berkeley Homes, will be ready to market in 2020.

Ashwood House

Retail combined with luxury living

The council has led the project to remodel Ashwood House, formerly the home of BHS with an office above, and in a prominent location connecting Princess Way with Pembroke Broadway and the railway station. The result is a comprehensive remodelling of the building, delivering new flexible ground floor retail spaces with 116 new luxury apartments above. The scheme also improves facilities for bus passengers, enhancing the waiting area and the linkage through to the town centre shops. The apartments, which will be delivered by Berkeley Homes, will be ready to market in 2020.