Let's revitalise Barking Town Centre!

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We have produced the Barking Town Centre Regeneration Strategy 2020-2030 on behalf of Barking and Dagenham Council. It's a bold 10-year vision for the town centre together with a delivery plan highlighting key opportunities for future improvements. Our vision is below.

“A town centre where inclusive growth unlocks a new lease of life - a healthy, safe and sustainable place to live, work, learn, socialise, shop, eat and relax with great places to visit. A real destination, day and night with a strong sense of place and identity harnessing its physical assets and rich heritage. Markets, merchants, makers and more. Roding Riverside will restore the river’s importance to Barking, being the creative and cultural heart of Barking town centre, with new homes and jobs for local people.”

The strategy was approved by the Council’s Cabinet on 20 October 2020. It is the long term recovery plan to build confidence in Barking’s future in light of the coronavirus impact and challenges, tying into existing covid-19 measures from the Council.

We'll use this website to update you on the strategy’s progress and key issues impacting the town centre.

Get involved!

  • Take a look at the strategy here or watch our video summary
  • If you have ideas about how to make Barking a better place, post them here. And, send us your photos too
  • Sign up for updates and news about Barking town centre - we'll let you know about other opportunities to get involved.

We have produced the Barking Town Centre Regeneration Strategy 2020-2030 on behalf of Barking and Dagenham Council. It's a bold 10-year vision for the town centre together with a delivery plan highlighting key opportunities for future improvements. Our vision is below.

“A town centre where inclusive growth unlocks a new lease of life - a healthy, safe and sustainable place to live, work, learn, socialise, shop, eat and relax with great places to visit. A real destination, day and night with a strong sense of place and identity harnessing its physical assets and rich heritage. Markets, merchants, makers and more. Roding Riverside will restore the river’s importance to Barking, being the creative and cultural heart of Barking town centre, with new homes and jobs for local people.”

The strategy was approved by the Council’s Cabinet on 20 October 2020. It is the long term recovery plan to build confidence in Barking’s future in light of the coronavirus impact and challenges, tying into existing covid-19 measures from the Council.

We'll use this website to update you on the strategy’s progress and key issues impacting the town centre.

Get involved!

  • Take a look at the strategy here or watch our video summary
  • If you have ideas about how to make Barking a better place, post them here. And, send us your photos too
  • Sign up for updates and news about Barking town centre - we'll let you know about other opportunities to get involved.
Page last updated: 30 September 2021, 14:50