Posted on | by Karl Elliott
Fantastic Turnout for Recent Public Exhibition
We had a wonderful turn-out yesterday of nearly 200 visitors for the Biggleston Yard public exhibition, situated at Nasons in Canterbury.
The new proposals are designed to reflect the area’s business and industrial heritage, providing commercial retail and office space alongside 28 serviced apartments, a further 38 residential apartments and space for community uses.
The former Nasons Department Store has been standing vacant for more than a year and has been targeted on numerous occasions by vandalism.
We are very confident that the team’s combined architectural skills of heritage conservation, retail, leisure and residential design will create a place that Canterbury, and everyone involved in the project, can be rightly proud of.
If you haven't yet checked in, the exhibition is open until 8pm this evening at 47 High Street.
Further information on the proposals can be found here - www.BigglestonYard.info