Addlestone's £80million town centre regeneration programme is bringing a wider range of businesses to the area.
It is increasing choice for shoppers and providing extra options for businesses wishing to start up or expand into this attractive part of Surrey.
In addition, 213 new homes have been built, providing a more options for local people, and those who would like to relocate to live here.
Construction work was completed in 2019 and the town centre is now home to Addlestone One, a mixed use development including retail units, restaurants, a supermarket, hotel and multi-storey car park. Among the businesses located in Addlestone One are:
- Nando's restaurant
- Smith and Western restaurant
- The Light cinema
- Boots the Opticians
- Holland and Barrett
- Premier Inn
The Council is constantly working to bring new businesses into the development, which is less than a 10 minute walk from Addlestone train station.
As well as homes and businesses, the development also houses a joint civic centre for public services, housing Runnymede Police, Addlestone Library and Runnymede Borough Council.
See the vision for Addlestone One in this fly though created before the development was built.