Surrey Heath Borough Council has a press release on Camberley town centre developments, and has attached a rather splendid aerial photo of Camberley,
Camberley Town Centre is currently undergoing a significant regeneration programme under the stewardship of Surrey Heath Borough Council. Bringing a revitalised place to live, work and socialise to Camberley’s residents and visitors.
The latest update on the key development areas is below.
Ashwood House, the former office block on Pembroke Broadway in Camberley, will be transformed into 116 high quality flats by Berkeley Homes.
The initial work on this building will be starting on Monday 9 April 2018. Randall Contracting Ltd will be completing this work.
The bus stops will be moved further down Pembroke Broadway and the ramp outside Ashwood House will be removed. The alleyway between The Square shopping centre entrance on Princess Way and Main Square car park will be closed whilst these works take place.
Please be aware that we may have to close one of the exits to the Main Square Car park through the spring and summer months to accommodate the works on Ashwood House. To ease congestion, we are asking car park users to ensure they pay for their parking before they get back to the car. You can pay at the kiosks or by using the Glide app.
We will publish notifications on our website, Facebook and Twitter pages if we need to close one of the car park exits.
Main Square car park
Works will be taking place through the spring and summer months this year to improve this car park.
New LED lights will be fitted, to provide a more efficient and energy effective lighting solution.
Parking levels 1 – 3 and the spiral exit will be resurfaced.
The stairwells will be refurbished and improvements made to the ventilation to prevent damp and moisture.
The Square shopping centre
Work has now begun on the next phase of The Square’s substantial refurbishment programme with the painting of the high-level structures on Obelisk Way and Cambridge Square. In this phase, Prince of Wales Walk, The Square, and Cambridge Walk will all receive a similar treatment to that on Grace Reynolds Walk, but with some modifications to the feature lighting and the flooring pattern.
The Main Square, in the centre of the shopping centre, will be given a spectacular make-over, and include a new lighting feature, plus a new seating area. The main works will take place outside trading hours to ensure there is no disruption to the shops or customers.
The High Street
The High Street has received £3.5million in funding from Enterprise M3 LEP which has been increased with £900k of funding from SHBC to improve the roads and pavements on this historic street. We will be announcing the designs for this project later this year and works are expected to start in 2019.
London Road site
We are currently in the process of seeking a development partner for this key town centre site.