An intensive action plan from Doncaster Council, South Yorkshire Police, St Leger Homes and health partners is making a positive impression in the town centre, tackling issues of homelessness, addiction, anti-social behaviour, crime, aggressive begging and drug dealing. Early results show that the initiative is working well.
Our Quality Streets project is seeing some exciting changes being made to Hall Gate and Silver Street in Doncaster's town centre.
An exciting new six screen cinema and five restaurant development is lined up for Doncaster's Civic and Cultural Quarter. Located next to Cast it will frame Sir Nigel Gresley Square and provide additional attractions to draw people into the Waterdale area. The plan is part of the overarching Urban Centre Masterplan which is rejuvenating Doncaster's town centre.
Work started on the new development in October 2018 and should be complete and open in summer 2020.
The new look Wool Market opened on 26 March 2019 following a major overhaul.
Doncaster Council and South Yorkshire Police have today started to implement a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in Doncaster town centre. The aim of the PSPO is to provide help and support to vulnerable members of the community, to address aggressive begging and deter anti-social behaviour.
Construction of the iconic new building began in October 2018. It is scheduled to be complete in summer 2020.
The Civic and Cultural Quarter is re-vitalising the Waterdale area of the town centre into a place of real interest.
The entrance to Doncaster train station and forecourt are being transformed into an open, vibrant, welcoming and easily accessible new arrival point for Doncaster.
Doncaster Council’s vision to transform Doncaster Markets has reached a turning point after the council’s Cabinet agreed to appoint an expert commercial provider to run Doncaster and Mexborough markets.