Loftus (Future High Street)

Over £11 million of funding to help implement ambitious plans to transform Loftus High Street has been secured have developed a series of exciting proposals to regenerate and improve the high street. The vision for the next 5-10 years is to transform Loftus into a sustainable, contemporary market town.

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

Duncan Place

Loftus Library has relocated into Duncan Place as part of the Loftus Future High Street programme that promises to transform Loftus with facilities and attractions for residents and visitors alike.

The ‘new’ Loftus Library has been designed to be a community hub, sharing its space with the local Family Hub to offer a range of services to local residents and their families. The library will come complete with everything you might expect along with a fantastic new children’s area boasting its own treehouse!

  • Investment: £2.2M
  • Completed: August 2023

Coronation Park

The Coronation Park is also set for significant investment to create an improved and attractive park for both local residents and visitors to the town,

  • Investment: £12M
  • Anticipated opening: February 2024

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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