William Eichler 15 January 2024

North Yorkshire Council greenlights £21m garrison redevelopment

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North Yorkshire Council has signed off on a £21m redevelopment project for Catterick Garrison's town centre to offer support for Armed Forces personnel.

The project, which includes a new community and enterprise building, a multi-use events space and a new public square, is a collaboration between the council and the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

Supported by £19m from the Government's Levelling Up Fund, the plans also include landscaping improvements, upgrades to Coronation Park and Shute Road, improved play spaces, accessible routes to the town centre and improvements to footpaths and cycleways.

Member for the Colburn and Hipswell ward, Cllr Kevin Foster, said: ‘This scheme has taken a major step forward today and means we can start to realise our ambition to complete by summer next year. The development is also in line with our priority of achieving net zero carbon emissions with its use of heat pumps and solar panels.

‘It will bring new opportunities and facilities for the many people who live at Catterick Garrison – both civilians and members of the military.’

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