By 2040, Historic Bridge Street will have a clear role as a vibrant, diverse new neighbourhood centre, complementary to its town centre role, which will breathe new life into the area, attracting a resident population, who will be drawn to and support the varied everyday services, as well as its leisure and cultural offer, and bustling evening economy on the door step.
Priorities for Regeneration
- Improve connectivity for pedestrians, cyclists, public transport, e-vehicles and vehicles
- Enhance links to the town centre, Worksop Bus Station and green infrastructure assets via a clear route hierarchy
- Living and Working
- Diversify the range of independent and niche commercial, leisure and everyday uses within the area
- Introduce sustainable, affordable urban living to increase footfall and to provide natural surveillance
- Grow Worksop’s cultural and evening economy.
- Strengthen the identity and historic character of the area and Castle Hill
- Enhance public realm and streetscape to aid legibility and attract investment
- Enhance Castle Hill’s open space offer
- Create a variety of experiences to increase the area’s appeal to different groups
- Facilitate the remediation and re-use of brownfield land to benefit the environment
- Create a biodiversity rich urban environment
This will transform vacant retail units into a mixed use development, with business floorspace, 12 residential dwellings and a café.
Newcastle Avenue (W37)
Redevelopment of this site will deliver 20 dwellings.
Land at Newcastle Avenue/Norfolk Street (W38)
This site will be redeveloped to provide 8 residential dwellings.
Crown House (W36)
The site will be a commercial and residential development with 25 apartment dwellings.
Castle Hill (W41)
This Scheduled Ancient Monument and its surrounding greenspace will be enhanced to benefit Worksop’s community, visitors and the environment.
The Acorn Theatre (W42) - The site will be protected as a cultural asset.
Last Updated on Wednesday, June 9, 2021