We are delighted to have been appointed as partners to Mcbains to deliver the next steps in the regeneration of Kidderminster. Working in collaboration with Mcbains and Link Engineering, we will lead on the landscape and public realm design which will completely change the look and feel of Worcester Street area of the town centre.
This project is being funded through the Government’s Future High Street Fund and is being progressed by NWedR on behalf of Wyre Forest District Council.
Councillor Helen Dyke, Leader of Wyre Forest District Council and Cabinet Member for Economic Regeneration, Planning and Localism said,
“We welcome the appointment of the McBains team to provide another piece of the wider jigsaw puzzle to deliver the vision for Kidderminster 2040. The regeneration of Worcester Street is a much-anticipated project and for those of us who have lived in the town for a long time – it marks a huge step forward.
“The plan is to connect this area of the town to where the Glades Leisure Centre used to be, and to the area adjacent to the Former Magistrates Court – soon to be transformed into a new Creative Hub – in an attractive and accessible way.
All regeneration work funded through the Future High Streets fund is to be delivered by March 2024.