Borders Gateway commercial hub planned for Tweedbank
February 15 2018
Borders Gateway is envisaged to include a mix of uses including a hotel, café, restaurant and bar, improving connections from the busy A6091 to the recently reopened Borders Railway terminus, located just 400 yards away.
In a statement NLA wrote: “It is hoped that a flexible and pro-active approach will be adopted by the council, seeking to maximise opportunities for job creation and amenities for businesses, tourists and indigenous populations. This will include a new entrance to the site and landscaping to create clear visibility splays, opening up the site to the roundabout.”
A public consultation will be held in Tweedbank Community Centre on 14 March between 14:00 and 20:00.
#1 Posted by Toby Carver on 15 Feb 2018 at 10:32 AM
Borders 'Gateway'........embarrassing. Really hope this falls flat on its 4rse.
#2 Posted by Egbert on 15 Feb 2018 at 10:44 AM
90s-tastic. Thought we weren't meant to be doing this sort of car-dependent road traffic generating edge of town stuff anymore?
#3 Posted by E=Mc2 on 15 Feb 2018 at 23:06 PM
Now...that is a stunning photorealistic rendering of the proposed scheme. Could practically be there.
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