A 10 metre wide stone frieze from the former Doncaster Gaumont Cinema has been restored and displayed in Sir Nigel Gresley Square.
Doncaster Council and South Yorkshire Police have renewed and varied a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in Doncaster town centre. It starts on 7 November 2020 and lasts for another three years.
The exciting six screen Savoy cinema and five restaurant complex is another development in Doncaster's Civic and Cultural Quarter. Located next to Cast it frames Sir Nigel Gresley Square and provides additional attractions to draw people into town and the Waterdale area.
The new look Wool Market opened on 26 March 2019 following a major overhaul.
The Civic and Cultural Quarter is re-vitalising the Waterdale area of the town centre into a place of real interest.
Located on the junction of Waterdale and Chequer Road in the town centre, it will be the new home for Doncaster Libraries and Heritage Doncaster in the Civic and Cultural Quarter.
The entrance to Doncaster train station and forecourt have been transformed into an open, vibrant, welcoming and easily accessible new arrival point for Doncaster.
Public art is central to the transformation of Doncaster's train station forecourt. It is the focal point of the new high quality public space which helps make this an impressive new entrance into the town centre for people arriving by train.
Work started on the new development in October 2018 and should be complete and open in 2021.
Doncaster town centre is open but we ask that you follow the latest social distancing and public safety guidance.