Transforming Wakefield's Civic Quarter
Over centuries, Wakefield’s unique skyline has inspired artists from JMW Turner to the Cribs. Its Civic Quarter is testament to this cultural and architectural heritage, as home to many of the city’s most important historic buildings.
Yorkshire-based developer Rushbond has produced draft plans to create new homes and community spaces in Wakefield's Civic Quarter. Their aim is for the Civic Quarter to be a neighbourhood that makes a difference: bringing landmark heritage buildings back into use, creating high quality, sustainable spaces for people to live, work and meet, and adding vibrancy to an important part of Wakefield city centre.

Working closely with the local community to honour the heritage of the Civic Quarter and help shape its future is fundamental to this aim. Through this website, you can learn more about the draft plans for the Civic Quarter and have your say. Please choose an option below to find out more and complete our survey.
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Timeline
Public consultation22nd July to 12th August 2021
Analysing feedbackAugust 2021
Planning applications submittedSummer 2021
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