Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

17 JUL 2017

JTP brief on city centre regeneration

Steve Brine met up with Charles Campion from JTP Architects on Monday 17th July as he briefed Steve on the feedback they received about their recent consultation on the future of Winchester city centre.

Steve said: "I am very grateful for JTP coming up to the House to take me through everything in great detail.

"It was a brilliant session, and I am very positive about the future of the city centre. While the debate over Silver Hill has previously been about the buildings, and their height, what is more important is what is actually in those buildings and how that can make Winchester a great destination. JTP get that completely."

Pictured; Charles Campion from JTP and Steve Brine on the House of Commons Terrace

 

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