The major regeneration of Harlow town centre's bus station and Terminus Street area has been shortlisted for this year’s Planning Awards; in the placemaking category ‘Award for Fostering a Healthy Town Centre’.
Forming part of Harlow Council's town centre regeneration plans, the catalytic scheme – designed by McBains - will transform a run-down part of Harlow into a vibrant and welcoming gateway to the town centre.
The new transport hub and interchange will support both existing public transport routes and new sustainable transport corridors.
The inclusion of green areas and an active space will enhance the public realm and transform the character of the area, ensuring visitors and residents feel welcome, safe, connected and proud of their town centre.
McBains is providing a full inter-disciplinary service to Harlow Council on this and several other regeneration projects in and around the town, comprising architecture, building services engineering, civil and structural engineering, sustainability advice, cost management and project management.
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