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As an update to the scheme, planned minor works have started on the landscaped area outside the south entrance to the Eden Walk Shopping Centre on Eden Street.

The landscaping consists of a paved area, three planters and a totem advertising sign. The works encompass the removal of the planted areas to be replaced by foundation piling for future construction works. The piles installed will form part of the permanent foundation / retaining wall for the new Eden Walk Development. Please see attached the diagram overleaf for reference.

Hoardings will be erected around the proposed area at the commencement of works, with a walkway left open between the site to provide access for pedestrians to the entrance of the shopping centre

Anticipated deliveries onto the site will vary depending on requirements, however a traffic management plan will be implemented to ensure that disruption to local traffic will be kept to a minimum.

Once works are complete, the affected ground will be restored with new replacement paving. Any paving outside the indicated area of works will also be repaired and upgraded.

If you have any questions regarding the planned works, please contact contact@edenwalkregeneration.com

We want to transform Eden Walk into a truly outstanding place, where people will want to live, shop, work and relax with friends and family.

Kingston is changing. The town needs to respond to the need for new restaurants and leisure provision, more homes, demand for employment, and competition from other shopping centres and online shopping.

We want to create an Eden Walk that is distinctive.

The new Eden Walk will deliver new shops, dining terrace and homes alongside well designed public spaces, a boutique cinema, a sky restaurant, and new pedestrian routes to other parts of the town centre.

A regenerated Eden Walk will enhance the whole town centre, and deliver a sustainable future for the Eden Quarter.

Planning Application Submitted

The planning application for the redevelopment of the Eden Walk Shopping Centre was submitted by British Land and the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) to the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames on 30 October 2015.

The full planning application is available via the Council’s planning database, using reference number 15/13063/FUL.

More information on the application can also be found via the Council’s website.

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