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Mace issues multi-million-pound plans for Stevenage

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Known as SG1, Mace has submitted a planning application for a multi-million-pound scheme to redevelop 14.5 acres of Stevenage town centre.

The proposals will provide more than 1,800 new homes, 3,500m² of retail and commercial floor space, a new public square, a park and a primary school.

Kevin Cowin, Director at Mace, said: “This is an ambitious and carefully crafted proposal that expresses our confidence in Stevenage town centre. We aim to revitalise the town centre by introducing new homes, vibrant activities, community facilities and inviting public spaces.

“Our vision is to deliver a thriving, successful and attractive heart to Stevenage which will serve the needs of local people and businesses for decades to come.”

At the centre of the masterplan fronting onto the Town Square will be a new Public Services Hub for the people of Stevenage. The Hub will be the focal point for a wide range of public services, including NHS health facilities, a new public library, the voluntary sector and Council services.

Mr Cowin added: “During our consultation on the SG1 masterplan over the summer, one of the key things residents and town centre businesses told us was the importance of creating attractive welcoming public spaces where people can meet and relax. Our planning application responds to what local people have told us.”

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