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Believing in Folkestone and Community Action for South Kent A District Council initiative was led to establish two regeneration partnerships, Believing in Folkestone (BIF) and Community Action for South Kent (CASK), and delivering their respective regeneration programmes. The two programmes had a combined value of £40 million, excluding major development projects which had an estimated additional value of a £200 million.
The two programmes were a complex mix of over 100 economic, physical and social projects delivered by a wide range of partners. A key to the success was developing a considerable degree of trust within the partnerships and the respect of the many partners from private public and voluntary sectors.
Bouverie Place Shopping Centre Have had substantial success in achieving major redevelopment projects such as Bouverie Place Shopping Centre (200 000 sq. ft.). This project was taken from concept, through feasibility planning, developer selection, compulsory purchase right through to implementation.
The major new development maximises limited town centre space by delivering Asda above the main shopping centre. The full sized supermarket is a major draw for shoppers and enables weekly food shopping and comparison goods shopping journeys to be combined. The development has attracted many new retailers to the Town, tenants include Next, BHS, Bodyshop HMV, New Look and Starbucks. The project created approximately 1500 new jobs.
Environmental Improvements – The Coastal Park This project successfully transformed a derelict park to one of the most popular attractions on the Kent coast. It was delivered in phases over some 10 years funded from many separate and competitive sources
Winner: City & Metropolitan Areas and Town Regeneration Overall Winner of the 2007 Regional Awards The Coastal Park, Folkestone Submitted by: Shepway District Council
The Panel were particularly impressed with the quality of the finished scheme, both in its design, layout and high quality robust materials, that enhances this coastal area and provides a free, fun leisure area in a modern take on the British seaside. The planners are to be commended for working in partnership and capitalising on the opportunity for improving the wider area that was provided by necessary coastal protection works.
This scheme demonstrates the value of good public realm and figures show, from a greatly underused resource, this area now receives upwards of 500,000 visitors per annum, raising the profile of the south coast and increasing income to a seaside town currently undergoing a major regeneration programme. This is an example for others.
THE RTPI SE REGIONAL PLANNING AWARDS 2007 Presented at Reading on 21 November 2007 at the Annual General Meeting
Economic Development Other development projects have included joint venture and partnership working with English Estates (Mountfield Road New Romney) and English Partnerships and SEEDA (Shearway Business Park). These projects have generated approximately 3000 new jobs.
Working with key businesses to deliver high quality developments. Pictured is Holiday Extras new Headquarters building between Folkestone and Ashford.
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