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Market Engagement with Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council
Commercial Opportunity for the development of new attractions at Campus West
Welwyn Garden City

Through market engagement, Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council wish to gain a better understanding of how best to use the space currently occupied by Roller City.

The Council is eager to ensure that the overall appeal of Campus West is enhanced by offering new attraction/s that are complementary to the remaining facilities.

A Prospectus is available along with a Questionnaire and further information about the area and its tremendous potential as a place for people to live, work and invest.

Organisations with experience in developing and / or operating family attractions and specialist retail / catering concepts can obtain the documents and participate in the process by registering here

The closing date for your responses will be 20th September 2021.





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