Visualizing the Future: York Central Project Revealed in New Images
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Visualizing the Future: York Central Project Revealed in New Images

The project is the largest city centre brownfield regeneration site in England, with some parts of the 45-hectare site restricted to rail uses for more than 150 years. New, detailed designs around a Government Hub on the site have been released. The hub would offer 19,332sqm of office and ancillary space within York Central and would create thousands of jobs, according to planning documents. The proposal was presented to the York Central Review Panel who “welcomed the proposal.” It is part of a plan that will eventually provide up to 2,500 homes, 20% of which will be affordable, and over 1 million sq ft of commercial space for offices, retail, and leisure. Meanwhile, a new urban park and public spaces will be included, as well as a multi-million-pound extension to the National Railway Museum and a new western railway station entrance from the site.