UK Town Regeneration Plan Unveiled

19 July 2010 (Last Updated July 19th, 2010 18:30)

Spenhill, a subsidiary of Tesco, has unveiled the regeneration plans for Trinity Square in Gateshead, England, which have been submitted to the local council. The £150m ($230m) plans will include a new town square, 45 retail units, offices, a student village with over 900 beds, town cen

Spenhill, a subsidiary of Tesco, has unveiled the regeneration plans for Trinity Square in Gateshead, England, which have been submitted to the local council.

The £150m ($230m) plans will include a new town square, 45 retail units, offices, a student village with over 900 beds, town centre parking and a supermarket.

It will also include demolition of a multi-storey car park built in 1969, which is an example of Brutalist architecture.

The car park was designed by post-war architect Owen Luder, according to BBC News.