People have the chance to look at plans for a new multi-million-pound college campus in Wellingborough.
It was recently revealed that a £16m Tresham College campus is to be built in Wellingborough which will kick-start the regeneration of the town centre.
The new campus is planned to open by September 2015 and will be built on the site of the existing campus.
It is hoped this will increase the opportunities available in the town for up to 1,000 young people and adults to gain the skills training required for employment or university study.
A public consultation event about the new campus is being held on Tuesday, November 5, from 4pm until 7pm at Tresham in Church Street, Wellingborough.
The new campus, designed by Bond Bryan, will continue to offer subjects currently offered at the campus such as construction, engineering, motor vehicle, hair and beauty, computing, health and care, art and design and Tresham Youth Training and will be built around a central atrium similar to the Kettering and Corby campuses.
Tresham’s Wellingborough campus development will be the final phase of a comprehensive development plan which has seen brand new campuses built in Kettering and Corby in the past six years.
For more information visit www.tresham.ac.uk.