Northallerton Town Hall Square Improvement

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Phase two of a scheme to regenerate the centre of Northallerton is now well underway.

A new town square is being created in front of the town hall to provide a larger events space.  New street furniture and moveable planters will also be installed.   Paving will also be replaced up to Zetland Street.

Work outside Barkers Arcade was completed in June – the area was repaved, and trees planted.

With a focus on the future sustainability of the High Street, the work aims to enhance the town’s heritage, giving people a reason to visit – and stay longer to enjoy all that it has to offer.

It is being part funded by the York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership, with investment from the government’s Local Growth Fund, Hambleton District Council and central government’s Future High Streets Fund

Galliford Try has pledged to keep disruption to a minimum, delivering the scheme in manageable sections and working with businesses to make sure access can be maintained at all times.

Local businesses, stakeholders and residents will be kept up to date with key dates for the development through a regular newsletter – and with updates on this page. The contractor also has a project liaison officer, Kirstie Murray, based in Northallerton and contactable on 0113 2012 582. For further information, please contact peter.cole@hambleton.gov.uk

The scheme has been registered with Considerate Constructors to ensure that it adheres to and measures against certain criteria throughout the scheme. The not-for-profit, independent organisation was founded to raise standards in the construction industry. More information on the scheme can be found on:

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