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Loftus (Future High Street)

£8.8M of funding has been invested to deliver some amazing projects in Loftus High Street, ranging from improved junctions & footpaths, to brand new community areas for families & professionals!

Click on the images to have a closer look at these highly-anticipated plans for Loftus!

Duncan Place

Duncan place will provide a new library and community hub, with a new extension on the existing building, which will enable the library to integrate more into a wide variety of existing community groups.

  • Investment: £1.75M
  • Completion: 2022 – 2023

Coronation Park

  • Investment: £1.75M
  • Anticipated opening: 2022 – 2023

Market Square

Proposals include making the marketplace more flexible for events by removing and relocating some of the street furniture and signage.

  • Completion: 2022

United Reform Church

The United Reform Church will be refurbished as a brand-new business and cultural hub, that will include community theatre, exhibition space and rentable workspace.

  • Completion: 2022

Temperance Square

Not only will Temperance Square provide additional space and improved pathing, but there’s also plans for a Skills and Training Hub, that aims to educate the local area.

  • Completion: 2022 – 2023

You can stay up to date with the Loftus Future High Street fund via their website.

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