New Business boost for Cheltenham

Cheltenham is continuing to see positive business growth in the town with a swathe of new businesses opening their doors to the public. Taking up residence on the corner of Clarence Street and Crescent Place, in the building that formerly housed The Stable, are not one but two exotic new eateries. Pyesta marks the arrival of the first Filipino restaurant in…

Growth Hub Cheltenham

Council bids for £1.1m to support business innovation and growth, net zero, and community led initiatives

Carbon busting initiatives, skills boosting schemes, supporting business growth and a new cycle hub are among some of the projects central to an ambitious funding bid submitted last week. Cheltenham Borough Council’s bid to the UK Shared Prosperity Fund seeks support for schemes including investment into Cheltenham Growth Hub focusing on small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and start-ups. Supporting the…

Artist rendition of the completed transport hub

Plans approved for £20m Cheltenham transport hub

Plans have been given the green light for a new £20 million timber-clad transport hub in Cheltenham as part of the Cheltenham Cyber Business Park project. The approved scheme represents a substantial upgrade to the Arle Court Park and Ride and is renamed the Arle Court Transport Hub. A wood-faced four-storey car park dominates the plans, which also include a…

Cheltenham Borough Council signs contract with HBD X Factory to develop the first phase of the £1 billion Golden Valley Development.

On Tuesday 12 July 2022, Cheltenham Borough Council announced that HBD X Factory has been formally appointed as the development partner to assist in delivering the first phase of the £1bn Golden Valley Development (GVD) at the heart of the UK’s Cyber community.Since the July 2021 preferred developer partner announcement, the GVD team alongside HBD X Factory, have been focused…

An aerial shot of Cheltenham

Sustainable design at the core of Cheltenham’s climate planning document

Following a unanimous vote by members yesterday (Monday, 20 June 2022), the council’s new climate change supplementary planning document (SPD) is now available for all Cheltenham residents, developers, and homeowners. The SPD enables planning policy to drive the positive change that the council wants to see from large and small developers around the borough. Its purpose is to enable sustainable design and construction…

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