Crest Nicholson is pleased to announce that Borelli Walk in Farnham has reopened to the public after being closed since August last year to allow essential works to take place for the Brightwells Yard development.
Borelli Walk was closed to the public so a temporary construction access bridge could be installed to allow traffic to enter Brightwells Yard from the A31, without travelling through Farnham Town Centre.
Borelli Walk has reopened ahead of the Farnham Walking Festival which takes place between Sunday 16th May and Sunday 2nd June. Look out for events in and around Farnham taking place during these weeks, including the ceremonial opening of Borelli Walk.
Brightwells Yard is being developed by Crest Nicholson in partnership with Waverley Borough Council and Surrey County Council. The new development will bring 239 new homes comprised of one, two and three bedroom apartments into Farnham Town Centre, alongside over 9,814m2 of retail, a cinema, restaurants, cafes, together with a new Town Square and public gardens and a multi-storey car park.
The development will have a phased opening from Spring 2021 and will be fully complete by Autumn 2022.
Tim Jones, Development Director at Crest Nicholson, said:
“We are pleased to have been able to reopen access to Borelli Walk now that the bridge is in place. Borelli Walk is a pretty walking route in Central Farnham, and we have been careful to minimise the time this key pedestrian link was affected as much as possible, while also taking great care to return it to its original appearance in time for spring.”