Aim of the scheme
The Frontage Improvement Scheme aims to improve the vitality and viability of Coalville town centre by supporting the long term sustainable and architecturally sympathetic repair of the town’s traditional shopping streets. The scheme offers grants to eligible property owners and tenants to help carry out improvements to the frontage of their premises.
High quality frontages improve the image of an area, and enhance the quality of the town centre environment for residents and visitors. The scheme supports the long-term repair and restoration of properties in prominent parts of Coalville Conservation Area. The scheme sets out to use the overall historical look to inform the design of the works to individual frontages.
About the scheme
To find out more about how the Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme operates please see the following documents which can be downloaded from the Related Documents section below.
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Map
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Guidance Notes
- Coalville Conservation Area Local Development Order
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Design Guide
Please also see the link below for further information about the Coalville Conservation Area Local Development Order.
To obtain an application form, or to request further information about the scheme, contact the Business Focus team at email@example.com or 01530 454754 / 01530 454678.
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Map (PDF Document, 0.32 Mb)
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Guidance Notes (PDF Document, 1.16 Mb)
- Coalville Conservation Area Local Development Order (PDF Document, 1.15 Mb)
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Design Guide (PDF Document, 1.62 Mb)
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Last updated: Thu 25 July, 2019 @ 11:21