Shopping area revamp and co-working hub to get share of £10.5m council budget

Cash to revamp a shopping area and the creation of a co-working hub has been approved by Worcester City councillors as part of its £10.5m budget for 2019/20. The council said the money has been set aside in next year’s budget to improve the city centre environment, reduce litter, help people facing hardship and support local business people, as part of its City Plan. The budget includes £400,000 supporting a revamp of The Shambles shopping area, and £100,000 is to be invested in the creation of The Kiln, a new city centre c... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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