Yeovil town centre is set to receive highly anticipated transformational changes to its public realm areas. The enhancement work will make areas more attractive to residents, visitors, and businesses. This includes rain garden planting, improved street lighting, new bench seating, flexile paving space, new natural stone paving and potential gateway pictures.
Work is scheduled to start in early February and will be completed in a phased approach over a few years to ensure the town centre can keep running while the construction work is delivered, beginning with Westminster Street.
Coreus are so pleased to be supporting South Somerset District Council in Project and Cost Management works for Yeovil’s transformational regeneration scheme.
Andrew Clancy, Managing Director of Coreus, said: “As a South Somerset resident, I am so pleased to be supporting SSDC in project and cost management works for the regeneration of Yeovil. The public realm works will regenerate the town and in a post-Covid world help attract inward investment and economic development.”
We look forward to seeing this highly anticipated scheme start to take shape – for more details on each of the final designs visit www.yeovilrefresh.co.uk