07:32AM, Thursday 26 January 2012
Details of Shanly Group's £100m plans to transform the northern end of the town centre have been revealed.
This video shows what the waterside Chapel Arches development would look like when complete.
It would contain 245 apartments, 260 basement car parking spaces and 3,501 square metres of commercial space.
This would be split into 15 units and let out mainly to boutique shops and five restaurants or cafes facing onto the waterside.
An amphitheatre would be built on the banks by the library and a landmark stained glass structure on the corner of Bridge Avenue.
It has been designed to compliment the Maidenhead Waterways Restoration Group's (MWRG) plans to make York Stream navigable for small boats.
Shanly hopes to submit its planning application this spring and have permission by December.
The development would be built in three phases labelled Bridge Avenue, Copthall House and Crown Lane, with work starting in early 2013 and completed by 2017.
Watch the video with the vision for Maidenhead above.
Read the full story in today's Maidenhead Advertiser.
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