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Street Scene Improvement Survey

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IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

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Your high street has always been an amazing and unique place. Together, let’s share ideas of how to protect it for future generations.

Get involved: 

As part of the High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) project, Kettering Borough Council and Historic England will be improving the public space along the southern end of the High Street through to Meadow Road and the street scene within the town centre. The key aim is to revitalise key areas of the town centre by providing a cohesive and attractive high street. 

The survey will only take 3-4 minutes and your views really will assist us in developing a fantastic new look for our town centre.

Detailed images for question 9:
Option A and Option B. Please go back to the question above to choose you preferred one.

Detailed images for question 10:
Option A and Option B. Please go back to the question above to choose your preferred one.

If you have a little more time, we would love you to explore in more detail the background to the two design options our designers have developed, in conjunction with the Council and Historic England. Please see below further reading:

A historical timeline

showing key dates and changes in the life time of High Street and Meadow Road:

Two design options

showing what the town centre might look like:

Design options

Having delved into Kettering’s past we have developed some options to bring the heritage of the town centre into our designs:

Surface finishes

which aim to compliment the Market Square:

Street scene improvements

will be undertaken to change the style and location of some of the street furniture and provide a link to our main works:

Kettering Mosaic

as part of our plans to introduce art into our designs we intend to install the Kettering mosaic in the town centre:

Thank you for your valued comments.

We will use your comments to finalise our design. Once the final design is complete we look forward to sharing it with you before we start on-site.

To be kept up to date with progress on HSHAZ please click here.