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CITIZENS ADVICE CHESHIRE EAST TO RELOCATE CREWE PRESENCE

Article from Insider Media

Citizens Advice Cheshire East is to relocate its Crewe office, with the demolition of its former building signalling the first stage of the Royal Arcade redevelopment works.


After more than 40 years on Victoria Street, the service is relocating to the ground floor of the council's Delamere House on 18 March.


Subject to planning consent, it is proposed that the former site will be used to provide access to a new bus station.


Councillor Ainsley Arnold, Cheshire East Council cabinet member for housing, said: "The demolition of the old Citizens Advice offices in Crewe will be the first physical works of the Royal Arcade development.


"Plans for the scheme are advancing well and it is good news that by working closely with Citizens Advice and other partners, the branch has found a new home and will be able to move in to much more suitable accommodation – located just a few hundred yards away from its previous offices."


Liz Shaw, chief officer of Citizens Advice Cheshire East, added: "Our current office was originally built as a temporary structure and although it has served us well, we are delighted to be moving into more suitable accommodation, which has been configured with our needs in mind.


"The new offices will offer both our clients and workforce a much more pleasant environment."


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