The next stage of public consultation on the Smithfield Riverside regeneration project in Shrewsbury gets underway today (Friday 9 February 2024), ahead of two impending planning applications.
Led by Shropshire Council and its development manager, RivingtonHark, Smithfield Riverside is the ambitious regeneration project set to transform the area between the River Severn, The Darwin shopping centre, Roushill and Raven Meadows in Shrewsbury town centre.
The second phase of public consultation on Smithfield Riverside will run until Tuesday 5 March 2024, with local businesses and communities invited to view and comment on the plans here: http://smithfieldriverside.com
Public events are also planned at Shropshire Local in The Darwin shopping centre on Thursday 15 February, Saturday 17 February and Wednesday 21 February, giving people the opportunity to learn more, meet the team and view a 3D model of the plans.
If you are unable to attend the events, the consultation materials will be on public display at Shropshire Local between Thursday 15 February and Tuesday 5 March 2024. You can also access them at the following Shropshire Council libraries: Bayston Hill, Bridgnorth, Church Stretton, Gobowen, Library at The Lantern (north Shrewsbury), Ludlow, Market Drayton, Much Wenlock, Oswestry, Pontesbury, Shrewsbury and Wem.
Full details can be found on Shropshire Council’s website