Chapman Taylor's City Centre South, Coventry, re-design

CGI of proposed regeneration of Coventry City Centre South (Chapman Taylor)

Chapman Taylor has received planning permission for its regeneration of an historic area of Coventry - City Centre South, upgrading several areas such as Bull Yard, Shelton Square, city Arcade and Hertford Street, which will make the city a significant shopping and leisure destination in the West Midlands.

The whole scheme will connect the city's much-loved circular market with the rest of the centre, with the aim to have the development open for business by 2026.

The development proposal includes up to 50 new retail units, a number of new public realm spaces, a pavilion containing independent and start-up retailers and restaurants, a premium cinema and other leisure uses, new restaurants, private rented residential accommodation and a hotel.

Chapman Taylor provided the masterplan for this urban regeneration project on behalf of Shearer Property Regen Ltd Group.

Associate Director, UK at Chapman Taylor, Daniel Morgans, who has over 15 years' experience as an architects in the UK and overseas will join Future Cities Forum's discussion event on 'Future High Streets & city centres' this May to describe this significant project in Coventry.