Harrogate Borough Council spend £100K to consider options for the redevelopment of Convention Centre Site

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Borough Council is set to spend £100K on a business case to determine the future of the Convention Centre.

A budget of up to £100,000 is available for the production of a number of options for the site and set out a fully evidenced Business Case for the preferred delivery route and redevelopment option.

See the tender here

Closing date for tender is 13 November 2017, with the work starting a little under a month later.

This announcement comes just a few months after the venue re-branded from International Centre.


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2 Comments

  1. we need to spend that money on our own homeless and hospitals and mental health. you already got new offices that aren’t big enough.should be working for the town not the council.

  2. Spend public money on improving our diabolical infrastructure and badly maintained potholes,roads lack of cycle lanes to improve the flow of traffic,nightmare in harrogate plus putting our lights back on at night. Harrogate Borough Council is a joke

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