Starting on Monday, August 1 2016, Stanley Walk will begin its transformation into the new stylish southern end of what will become Braccan Walk when The Lexicon opens next Spring.
For a period of 12 weeks, it will be necessary to erect scaffolding foundations along the length of the walk to enable work to commence on removing the old concrete slab canopy in readiness for the new modern eye-catching roof.
While the work is being carried out, it is very much business as usual for the retailers operating within Stanley Walk.
Simon Russian, Development Manager, for Legal and General on behalf of Bracknell Regeneration Partnership, said: "Although Stanley Walk will be an area undergoing transformation for this period, these works are essential to transform Stanley Walk into the stylish promenade that Braccan Walk will become.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused and remain committed to keeping disruption to a minimum while these works are carried out.”
Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker, executive member for economic development and regeneration, said: “This is an exciting stage of work as it brings another area of the town centre into the regeneration scheme and provides something of a preview of how Braccan Walk will look as a whole.
“My thanks in advance to both Bracknell Forest residents and businesses for their understanding while this essential piece of work takes place.”