Have your say about the future of Slough's old Thames Valley University site - as the developers hold two online community forums next week.

Muse Developments, who are bringing forward plans to regenerate the site also known as North West Quadrant, will be hosting the forums next Tuesday, September 29, as part of the community consultation on the emerging plans.

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The £600m masterplan to develop shops, offices and more than 1,000 new homes at the former Thames Valley University site would see homes, leisure, retail and office space across 12 buildings ranging from eight to 26 storeys high in the heart of Slough town centre.

Muse Developments' involvement in the scheme was announced last year by Slough Urban Renewal (SUR), a partnership between the council and Morgan Sindall Investments.

The community forums will take place from 10am to 11am and 7pm to 8pm in the evenings.

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Residents can register for either the morning or evening slot via the project website – https://northwestquadrant.commonplace.is/.

Chris Scott, Development Director at Muse Developments, said: “We’re delighted with the ideas and feedback that we’ve already received from the local community.

"The responses are helping to shape our plans for this key site in Slough town centre. It is clear that people care about this site and want to see it brought back into use.”

“In addition to new homes, our plans include shops, bars, restaurants and new workplaces, helping to create jobs and supporting the local economy. We will also deliver new community facilities and public spaces as part of a wide package of measures to provide significant social value for local residents.”

James Swindlehurst, leader of Slough Borough Council, said: “The North West Quadrant is a vital part of the wider regeneration taking place within the heart of Slough.

“The design process is at an early stage and I would urge residents to have their say and get involved in the consultation, visit the project website and join the upcoming online community forum."

The project website is https://northwestquadrant.commonplace.is/