Warrington town centre is reopening for business on Monday June 15 – and the council is working with partners to make it a safe, vibrant and active place for all workers, shoppers and visitors.
The easing of the government’s lockdown measures means businesses that sell ‘non-essential’ goods and services – such as clothes shops, department stores, electronics retailers and book sellers will be permitted to re-open from Monday.
The council has been working closely with partners, including Warrington Business Improvement District (BID), Golden Square Shopping Centre, Warrington’s Own Buses, Warrington Disability Partnership and the police to help the town centre get back to business, safely.
Robust plans have been put in place to support businesses as they resume trade, while protecting people’s health and wellbeing.
People coming into the town centre will see that a number of changes have been made to improve safety. These include highways improvements, increased support for cyclists and pedestrians and new safety signage to keep people safe as they move around the town centre.