Plans revealed for £3m Beverley Hub

Plans have been revealed to create a new one-stop shop for council services in Beverley.

The £3million scheme would see the Treasure House transformed into the Beverley Hub.

It would be home to a new customer service centre, an improved library and registration services would transfer from its current base at Walkergate House.

To create a more attractive venue for weddings and other ceremonies, Champney Gardens would be landscaped.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council hassuccessfully rolled out similar projects in Hornsea and Haltemprice where civic, leisure and cultural facilities are all together under one roof.

A public engagement drop-in session was held at the Treasure House earlier this month and an online survey has been launched to obtain more feedback from residents.

Cllr Mike Medini, portfolio holder for culture, leisure, libraries and customer services, at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “The project is to create a Beverley Hub that combines existing services, that are currently delivered from a variety of buildings across Beverley, into one shared space, making the Treasure House the vibrant heart of Beverley’s cultural and civic quarter.”

East Riding of Yorkshire Council said further updates regarding the Beverley Hub proposal will follow in due course.

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