The last chance in 2013 for people to view the construction site for 100 feet up of the £34 million regeneration of Keynsham town centre will take place on Thursday 17thOctober 2013, 5.45pm. Bath & North East Somerset Council and Willmott Dixon will host the event at Riverside.
Excellent progress is being made on all aspects of the project which includes new shops, new community space, and new library with one stop shop for public services. Those who attend will get the opportunity to:
- View a short video about the progress being made with exclusive footage from inside the construction site;
- Ask questions about the project to the construction team;
- Learn more about what is planned for the 2014 time capsule that will be buried within the town centre regeneration;
- Take photographs from the windows some 100 feet from ground level and Tweet them using the hashtag #keynregen
Councillor Paul Crossley (Lib-Dem, Southdown), Leader of Council, said, “People can get a much clearer view of the progress being made from 100 feet above the site than at ground level. The short video and presentation will provide an exclusive insight into history in the making as Bath & North East Somerset Council breathes new life into Keynsham.
“Those who attend will be able to contribute ideas for the 2014 Time Capsule. All of our previous Open Office events have been oversubscribed, so contact us as soon as possible to book your place.”
Book your place now
Numbers are limited to 60 and will be booked on a first come, first served basis. Light refreshments will be provided. People can get in contact firstname.lastname@example.org or can call 0117 986 8941.
For those people who cannot attend, our website provides the very latest information on the regeneration at www.bathnes.gov.uk/keynshamregen