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Denny residents invited to find out about town centre progress

Church Walk, pictured, is being demolished as part of a multi-million pound regeneration scheme in Denny town centre

Church Walk, pictured, is being demolished as part of a multi-million pound regeneration scheme in Denny town centre

 

Residents are invited to two drop-in sessions to find out how plans to rebuild Denny town centre are progressing.

Falkirk Council is hosting the information event today (Monday) and tomorrow in Denny Old Parish Church from 2-8 p.m.

What is envisioned for the town centre once the demolition of Church Walk is complete will be on display along side proposals for creating a new town square on land currently occupied by TSB.

Council officers involved in the £7.6 million project will be in attendance and available to answer questions from the public.

Church Walk, a dilapidated retail and residential block, which dates back to 1970, is being flattened as part of the council-backed scheme to regenerate the town centre.

Construction of a new building, housing a library and shops, is to begin in November for completion by 2016.

Denny library, Lloyd’s pharmacy and Cafe Anton will relocate to temporary structures in Duke Street as building work is carried out.

Boots pharmacy will move to a temporary building in Carronbank Crescent.

 

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