Plans for future of Worcester’s Shrub Hill Quarter to go on display

Artist impression of Shrub Hill development Image Credit: AR Urbanism

Worcester residents are to be given a preview of a bright new future for one of the city's most under-valued areas. A free exhibition at the Guildhall, running 24-28 July, will give people the chance to find out more about proposals for revamping the 14-hectare Shrub Hill Quarter over the next 20 years. Visitors will be encouraged to give their vie...

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Plan unveiled for new walking and cycling route linking Worcester city centre and Shrub Hill

Road sign with symbols for walking and cycling

Plans have been unveiled to create an improved walking and cycling link between the city centre and the area around Shrub Hill railway station. A planning application has been submitted to create a new five-metre wide pathway between Pheasant Street, opposite the Asda car park, to Padmore Street and the existing Cromwell Street bridge over the cana...

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City Council plans to buy land for new walking & cycling pathway

Sign for a shared walking and cycling route

Worcester city councillors are to be asked to consider making a Compulsory Purchase Order to help acquire land for the creation of a new walking and cycling route linking the city centre and Shrub Hill railway station. The Shrub Hill area is undergoing a multi-million pound regeneration, turning it into a major new centre for residential, business ...

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