Ebrington Regeneration

The Ebrington Development Framework seeks to maximise the regeneration potential of the site and several buildings are currently under development for café, allied retail, and commercial use.

The 214-space underground car park was completed in November 2014 and an operator has been appointed for the Creative Hub which has a target to support 50 jobs over the coming years.

Measuring over 5 acres, the former parade ground has been transformed into the city’s largest public realm and re-named Ebrington Square.

Since it opened in February 2012, Ebrington Square has hosted several large scale events including Radio 1’s Big Weekend, the Walled City Tattoo and the Lumière Festival as part of the UK City of Culture 2013 celebrations.

Due to its elevation, the square affords stunning views of the river and the west bank of the city.

The public space has become a cultural hub for the city and hosted key events throughout the UK City of Culture 2013.
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The public space has become a cultural hub for the city and hosted key events throughout the UK City of Culture 2013.

An important shared space for all communities in the city
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An important shared space for all communities in the city

A key venue for the UK City of Culture 2013
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A key venue for the UK City of Culture 2013