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The Exchange, Aylesbury 

7th February 2018

An exciting new public square in a mixed use development which has changed the footfall and way in which people visit and use the Aylesbury town centre. The scheme has delivered 47 apartments, five restaurants and a stunning new public square where people can sit and relax as well as enjoy a range of thought-provoking sculpture. 

Funding Stream: Local Growth Fund (LGF)
LGF Awarded:
£3.3m
Total Project cost: £12m
Delivery Partner: Aylesbury Vale District Council 
Project Status: Opened March 2019
Projected Outputs: 47 new homes, 83 new jobs
Website: http://www.exchangeaylesbury.co.uk/

March 2019 

Aylesbury's exciting new development, The Exchange, opens to the public...read more.

 

November 2018

The front elevation stone & brickwork with scaffold mostly removed, with the paving mostly completed to the area immediately outside of the restaurants.

July 2018

The windows and balconies are currently being installed and the external stone and brickwork to the front colonnade is continuing giving the building its character. The internal blockwork is also progressing, identifying the unit boundaries. 

The Public Realm Artwork including the three large sculptures and the bespoke street furniture, reflecting the ‘I am’ theme is going through final design stages and fabrication. The site compound is being relocated to allow access for the ground works to commence. 

 

 

April 2018

Aylesbury's The Exchange marks major milestone moment. Read more...

 

Photo: right - Cllr Sue Renshell with Fraser Wells, Managing Director Housing Partnerships. 

Photo courtesy of Gary Perlmutter Photography

Supported by Local Growth Fund

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