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lifts and disabled parking for Blue Badge holders, visitors of every physical ability are accommodated. Bracknell Forest Council’s plans extend


beyond the Lexicon, however with the Civic Quarter, Southern Gateway and Market Square all slated for redevelopment. With the input of residents, local business and property experts Cushman and Wakefield, a masterplan is being continually updated with new potential regeneration efforts. In the long term, the council’s aim is to ‘future-proof’ the town, with the hope that Bracknell will continue to become a destination that draws commercial and private visitors from all over the UK.


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first, new build, full line Fenwick department store to open in 14 years. The store is clad in cast natural aluminium panels featuring random perforations that form a waved pattern. These perforated panels are back-lit to create a different experience through the day and at night.


Future-proofing The Lexicon marks the next step in Bracknell’s continuing evolution. Originally a small village of roughly 5,000 people, a thorough post-war redevelopment under architect Cyril Minchell transformed Bracknell into a new town with more than four times its original population. With a rail connection and close proximity to the M3 and M4, the town became a key industrial component of the Thames Valley area, attracting numerous technological corporations including Dell, HP and Vodafone. As a business hub of the Berkshire area the local economy thrived, but resident satisfaction was low and the retail elements of the town were noted to decline. Accessibility was a major concern in the


design of the Lexicon. With numerous access ramps for wheelchair users, radar key disabled toilets and changing facilities,


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