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EDAW and Proctor and Matthews win green light for Chesterfield village

The first phase of the £300 million Chesterfield Waterside urban village, a 16ha mixed-use project designed by EDAW and Proctor and Matthews, has been given the go-ahead.

Approved by development partner Chesterfield Borough Council, the plans for scheme backer Urbo Regeneration will see the creation of a new 1,200m2 canal basin – the terminus to the revamped local canal network.

The edge-of-town site next to the A61 will eventually provide 1,300 homes, as well as new offices and shops.

The initial infrastructure work is being overseen by engineer Martin Stockley Associates and is expected to complete next year.

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