The council hopes to regenerate part of the town centre with the retail-led project, expected to cost around £50m to build.
It hopes to get the development partner on board by March next year to work up detailed plans so an application can be submitted next summer with work on the site beginning in 2013.
- A new town centre food store
- High street shops, offices and homes
- Restaurants and cafes
- Changes to the road layout to improve pedestrian access to the town centre and market place
- Replacement car parking
- New urban open space
Scheme to include:
AGDR and Scott Wilson URBAN prepared the masterplan for Chesterfield town centre nearly 10 years ago.
The study identified enhancements to the market and redevelopment of the Northern Gateway as a catalysts to drive regeneration of the town.
Interested development partners have until 23 September to complete the prequal process.
Further details are available from Joanne Neville at email: email@example.com