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Crewe Heritage Centre acquires town’s iconic clock tower

Crewe Heritage Centre acquires town’s iconic clock tower

Crewe Heritage Centre has come to the rescue of the town’s iconic clock “Big Bill”.

The clock was dismantled as part of the Royal Arcade demolition to make way for a new development.

November 24, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Crewe town centre “allowed to deteriorate”

READER’S LETTER: Crewe town centre “allowed to deteriorate”

Dear Editor,
The demolition of Crewe’s vacant Royal Arcade shopping centre has begun.

‘Putting Crewe First’ says that the site should be used as a convenient town centre car park, until it is needed for redevelopment, to encourage shoppers back into the town, after the four week lockdown closure of all non-food shops.

November 12, 2020
Demolition of vacant Crewe Royal Arcade units begins

Demolition of vacant Crewe Royal Arcade units begins

Demolition of vacant shops at Crewe’s Royal Arcade site has started, marking a significant milestone in the town’s transformation.

Plant and machinery arrived on site this week to begin the demolition works.

November 4, 2020
Development agreement signed for Crewe’s Royal Arcade scheme

Development agreement signed for Crewe’s Royal Arcade scheme

A development agreement between Cheshire East Council and Peveril Securities Ltd marks a big step forward in Crewe’s transformation of the Royal Arcade site, council chiefs say.

October 21, 2020
Crewe town centre revamp moves closer as demolition set to start

Crewe town centre revamp moves closer as demolition set to start

Partners involved in the major revamp of Crewe town centre have welcomed announcements and milestones which they say take the town a step closer to a future vision.

Demolition of the vacant shops at the Royal Arcade site will start to take place in mid-October.

October 2, 2020
Hoardings installed in Crewe ahead of Royal Arcade demolition work

Hoardings installed in Crewe ahead of Royal Arcade demolition work

Hoardings have been installed around parts of Crewe town centre set to be demolished in the Royal Arcade development.

The site will be developed and provide a multi-screen cinema, new bus station, multi-storey car park and retail units.

February 19, 2020
Bus Users Group lobbies Cheshire East over “disgusting” Crewe bus station

Bus Users Group lobbies Cheshire East over “disgusting” Crewe bus station

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
Cheshire East Council chiefs are being urged to make sure Crewe bus station is brought up to scratch ready for the long-awaited Royal Arcade redevelopment.

A new bus station is part of Cheshire East Council’s vision for Royal Arcade – which is also set to include a new cinema, gym, bowling alley, shops and a multi-storey car park.

February 15, 2020
Citizens Advice office in Crewe moves to new home

Citizens Advice office in Crewe moves to new home

Citizens Advice Cheshire East’s office in Crewe has moved to its new home with the demolition of its old building signalling the first stage of the Royal Arcade redevelopment works.

After more than 40 years in Victoria Street, the service has relocated to the ground floor of the council’s Delamere House building.

March 18, 2019
Empire Cinemas sign up to Royal Arcade scheme in Crewe

Empire Cinemas sign up to Royal Arcade scheme in Crewe

Regeneration plans for Crewe town centre have taken a step forward after Empire Cinemas agreed terms for a new state-of-the-art eight-screen multiplex.

The 800-seat cinema will be centre-piece of the Royal Arcade scheme, shown in these newly released artist drawings.

September 24, 2018
Bus user group calls on councillors to build new bus station in Crewe

Bus user group calls on councillors to build new bus station in Crewe

By Stephen Topping, Local Democracy Reporter
Bus users are urging councillors to back their call for a new bus station in Crewe – claiming the current one is an ‘accident waiting to happen’.

Cheshire East Council says the station will be improved as part of wider regeneration plans for Crewe’s Royal Arcade, which it bought in 2015.

September 19, 2018
Major £48 million plan to revamp Crewe’s Royal Arcade considered

Major £48 million plan to revamp Crewe’s Royal Arcade considered

A £48 million plan to revitalise the Royal Arcade site in Crewe town centre is being considered by Cheshire East Council, it emerged today.

The plan aims to redevelop the Royal Arcade site to include a new eight-screen cinema, gym, restaurants, shops, a new bus station, and refurbish the Market Hal

September 1, 2017