Stoke Wharf terminus to be developed
Plans for the regeneration of Stoke Wharf terminus are a step closer with formalised plans in place between the local council and a property developer.
Slough Urban Renewal, a partnership between Slough Borough Council and Morgan Sindall Investments, aims to refurbish and develop the Stoke Wharf area - the terminus of the Slough arm of the Grand Union Canal - including the canal and towpath.
Plans include more than 200 apartments and 40 houses with a public open space.
“Our primary focus is to deliver a high-quality, urban waterfront scheme that will create a vibrant, diverse new community in Slough, while unlocking this area of the Grand Union Canal for more people to enjoy,” said Mike Auger, director at developer Waterside Places.
Andy Howell, general manager of SUR, added: “Our proposals will create a community, enhance the public space and improve access to the waterway to encourage new activity in this area.”
The area has been hidden behind a builder’s yard for decades. It was recently cleaned up by the Canal & River Trust.
A public consultation will be held as part of the planning process.
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