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A Canterbury Tale
source : Stafford House News

Canterbury is renowned worldwide for its delightful mixture of architecture, history, arts and culture, museums, shops, visitor attractions and good restaurants and pubs.  England's most famous cathedral city sites in one of the most attractive corners of rural Kent and has been welcoming visitors for over 2000 years.

Over recent years, visitors to Canterbury will have noticed the city centre going through a remarkable period of change.  The city has received significant investment from international retailers and developers and is in the process of a redevelopment scheme known as the Whitfriars Project.

The project represents the largest single investment ever made in the district at over 100 million and also the largest area of the city centre ever to be developed in on phase.  The scheme comprises the creation of two new streets, an informal public square, twenty-three houses, three new large stores, thirty-six new shops and a car park with over five hundred spaces.  A new library and arts complex will feature in a building facing onto the public square.

The architectural design of the scheme encompasses a series of individually designed buildings which both honour Canterbury's architectural past and celebrate contemporary attention to detail.  In this way, the scheme will be perceived as a 21st Century development.  The six-year project is due to be completed in April 2005.
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