Plans for Canterbury’s £20m regeneration project are unveiled

Plans for Canterbury’s £20m regeneration project are unveiled

06 September 2023

Canterbury City Council has revealed their plans to re-imagine parts of the city into a ‘world class’ destination. Months have been spent drawing up multiple plans to transform a host of landmarks, gardens and walkways through Canterbury.

The applications have been successful to the government’s Levelling Up Fund which was awarded in January and aims to reinforce the historic cathedral city’s position as a global heritage destination.

The connected Canterbury project will deliver the landscape-led regeneration of strategic heritage sites across the city – including Dane John and St Mary de Castro Gardens; Greyfriars Gardens and the Castle Grounds.

HTA Design are the Architects behind the exciting re-fresh of landscapes through Canterbury and are excited to address the biodiversity emergency and preserve the heritage for future generations, whilst celebrating Canterbury’s rich historic narratives.