The redevelopment saga over Market Quay in Fareham, Hampshire, reached a conclusion this week, when developer Miller/CTP signed a partnership agreement with the local council.
Proposals for the 15,500 sq m (167,000 sq ft) development include shops, cafés, a pub and a health club, with 250 parking spaces.

The development also provides for the restoration of a former United Reformed Church. A planning application is expected to be submitted by the end of February.

Previous schemes to redevelop Market Quay from THI and Lend Lease and, before that, London & Cambridge, failed to materialise.