Plans submitted for Kirkham Public Realm improvements

November 6, 2021

Plans to improve Kirkham town centre's streets and open spaces have been submitted to Fylde Borough Council.

Urban design specialists The Paul Hogarth Company have formulated plans to reimagine Kirkham's public realm as part of the town’s £10m regeneration masterplan, supported by both Historic England and the Government’s Future High Streets Fund.

The Phase One public realm plans involve enhancing streets and pavements within Kirkham’s central Conservation Area, which include Market Square and sections of Poulton Street, Freckleton Street, Church Street and Preston Street.

Throughout the design process the plans been informed by a series of consultation events involving local residents and businesses.

Second phase plans, which incorporate improvements to the rest of Kirkham town centre, including the western end of Poulton Street, are dependent on Fylde Borough Council securing extra funding from Lancashire County Council.

The Phase One plans can be viewed HERE

The Paul Hogarth Company's Design, Access and Planning Statement can viewed HERE

The plans will now be considered by Fylde Borough Council's planning committee on Wednesday December 8th 2022.

The public have until Friday November 12th to submit their views.

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