Officers from both the county council and borough council have been working closely on different aspects that are proposed in the draft PE21 Masterplan Project for Boston town centre regeneration report to unlock the potential for underutilised space. With the hope that it will lead to increased connectivity, repurposing the town centre to increase footfall and income generation through a variety of uses, including a well-being hub (combined health and leisure), accommodation, retail, hotel and community facilities.  This formed an extensive part of our Future High Street Fund bid and will also be the lynch pin of our Stronger Towns Bid. The Masterplan has been in part funded by the One Public Estate Fund and the County Council has been a key partner in developing ideas.

This morning a presentation was made to our county council partners including members of their cabinet on the PE21 Masterplan Project for Boston town centre regeneration. There will be a public consultation coming soon for members of the public to get involved, take a look at the Masterplan Project and give their views.