Transforming Winsford Town Centre - Join our Community Conversation

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This first phase of the Winsford Town Centre conversation closed on 18 July 2021.

Thank you to everyone who took part. The feedback you have given was really important and was used to finalise the plans for the town centre ahead of submitting a formal planning application . A report of the consultation findings is available here.

A further consultation was carried out on the updated plans between 24 September and 10 October 2021. Details of the consultation are available here.

Avison Young is currently in the process of reviewing all the feedback received in response to this further consultation, to help inform the first phase of plans for the redevelopment of Winsford Town Centre and will be preparing a full planning application on behalf of Cheshire West and Chester Council.

The planning application is likely to be submitted in Autumn. A summary report of the consultation findings will be submitted as part of the planning application. The consultation findings and a link to the planning application will be made available here at that time.


We want to hear from you how Cheshire West and Chester Council can transform Winsford Town Centre. By 2024, it will look very different. Now is the time to play your part in shaping our plans.

We bought back the shopping centre in 2018, because we wanted to improve the town centre. We have made some changes since, but we now have the funds to really transform it.

Your consultation responses in 2019 helped us attract £9.98 million from the Government’s Future High Streets Fund. Supported by £11 million of Council funding, we can now afford to begin a process of revitalising Winsford for future generations.

The work starts now. In the Autumn, we will be submitting a planning application for the town centre, with construction due to start in Spring 2022. We would like to understand your views on our vision, so we can make sure these plans match your needs.

We want to hear the views of all residents and businesses.

Find out more:

Find out more on our further information page and take a look at the illustrations of the regeneration plans.

Get involved:

To get involved and share your views, simply select from the options below. You can pin ideas to our interactive map, fill in a survey, share photos to celebrate Winsford, or visit the Cine Window in the town centre.


The closing date for responses is Sunday 18 July.

This first phase of the Winsford Town Centre conversation closed on 18 July 2021.

Thank you to everyone who took part. The feedback you have given was really important and was used to finalise the plans for the town centre ahead of submitting a formal planning application . A report of the consultation findings is available here.

A further consultation was carried out on the updated plans between 24 September and 10 October 2021. Details of the consultation are available here.

Avison Young is currently in the process of reviewing all the feedback received in response to this further consultation, to help inform the first phase of plans for the redevelopment of Winsford Town Centre and will be preparing a full planning application on behalf of Cheshire West and Chester Council.

The planning application is likely to be submitted in Autumn. A summary report of the consultation findings will be submitted as part of the planning application. The consultation findings and a link to the planning application will be made available here at that time.


We want to hear from you how Cheshire West and Chester Council can transform Winsford Town Centre. By 2024, it will look very different. Now is the time to play your part in shaping our plans.

We bought back the shopping centre in 2018, because we wanted to improve the town centre. We have made some changes since, but we now have the funds to really transform it.

Your consultation responses in 2019 helped us attract £9.98 million from the Government’s Future High Streets Fund. Supported by £11 million of Council funding, we can now afford to begin a process of revitalising Winsford for future generations.

The work starts now. In the Autumn, we will be submitting a planning application for the town centre, with construction due to start in Spring 2022. We would like to understand your views on our vision, so we can make sure these plans match your needs.

We want to hear the views of all residents and businesses.

Find out more:

Find out more on our further information page and take a look at the illustrations of the regeneration plans.

Get involved:

To get involved and share your views, simply select from the options below. You can pin ideas to our interactive map, fill in a survey, share photos to celebrate Winsford, or visit the Cine Window in the town centre.


The closing date for responses is Sunday 18 July.

  • Cine Window

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    The first phase of the Winsford Town Centre conversation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part. There have been many comments and suggestions, which we are currently analysing. A report of the consultation findings will be published on this page in late August. The feedback you have given is really important and will be used to finalise the plans for the town centre ahead of a formal planning application later this year.

    An exhibition sharing regeneration plans will be available to view in the town centre Cine Window, from 21 May to 18 July 2021.

    Please note that the Cine Window has temporarily moved to a new location in the former 'BrightHouse' shop unit - Winsford Cross Shopping Centre, 20 Fountain Court, Winsford, CW7 1AJ.

    Please come along and see the plans for your new look town centre and have your say.

    If you haven't visited the Cine Window before, this is an exhibition space, showing community art projects. It features five large windows, a dedicated film screen and exhibition spaces for installations, sculptures and paintings. Since 2019 it has showcased a diverse range of locally-produced art for residents to enjoy and forms part of a wider arts and cultural strategy for the area.

    We are also asking people to celebrate Winsford, by submitting photographs of things that they admire within the town through our online Ideas Board here. A selection of these images will also be displayed in the Cine Window over the summer to showcase the town.