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[ Tesco Wolverhampton ]

15 August 2013

Tesco will be regenerating the Royal Hospital, a listed building within the Cleveland Conservation Area on the verge of the city centre. The hospital has been largely unused since the 1990’s and the redevelopment proposals will be the first major project within the All Saints Area, a large city regeneration initiative.
 
Munro + whitten has been working with Tesco to create a new vibrant identity for All Saints including the new food store, shops, offices, cafés alongside new homes and public spaces on the historic Royal Hospital site and adjacent land not only to bring this landmark building back into use but create a new neighbourhood in the city centre.
 
The proposals include new public squares with improved links to make it easier for people to walk to and from the city centre along with new and improved public realm on Cleveland Road and a new public square at the entrance to the Royal Hospital building.
 
Due to the age and condition of the building munro + whitten had to prepare strategies for bat roosts alongside Natural England and council officers.

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