New signage and logos will soon be installed on Wrexham’s new arts and cultural facility – marking one of the final stages of the multi-million pound development.
Earlier this month an application had been submitted to Wrexham Council seeking permission for a ‘non-material amendment’ to the initial plans for the signage on the former Peoples Market building.
As readers of Wrexham.com will be aware, the new arts and market centre had a rebrand from the OW People’s Market last year – with a public vote crowning Tŷ Pawb as the new name for the site.
With the name change and the building now entering its final stages of redevelopment, the application had been submitted to confirm the signage change from ‘ow’ to Tŷ Pawb.
White aluminium letters for the Tŷ Pawb logo will be fixed onto three points of the building – the main tower fronting on Chester Street, over the new glassed main entrance on Market Street and on the windows of the multi-storey car park.
The planning permission was “amended” via a delegated decision by the head of environment and planning earlier this week.
With just 18 days until the public opening / Dydd Llun Pawb celebrations, it’s expected that the letters will be put into place very soon!
More information about Dydd Llun Pawb and how you can get involved in April 2nd, can be found here!