Ly2 - Lyceum Square Enhancement Scheme
Crewe’s Lyceum Square is in the process of being transformed into an exciting events and performance space as part of the town centre’s regeneration.
Cheshire East Council has been allocated £750,000 from the government’s Accelerated Towns Fund for an improvement scheme for the Lyceum Square and adjacent areas.
The scheme – called Ly2 – will see the centre of Lyceum Square becoming a mixed-use space to host events, festivals, performances, and activities throughout the year.
Works started on the scheme in January 2023 and will be completed later this year.
As well as a new events stage with an integrated digital screen, the scheme will include colourful and multi-functional street furniture and improvements to key gateways into the square, including floor graphics and a wall mural.
The vision for Ly2 was developed by the Crewe Cultural Forum – a collaboration of more than 100 residents, organisations and businesses in Crewe – and it aims to enhance the setting of the Lyceum Theatre and Crewe Market Hall and create a cultural heart for the town centre.
The Ly2 project is being delivered by Cheshire East Council and overseen by Crewe Town Board. It is also being supported by Crewe Town Council.
Photo credit: Pete Robinson
Page last reviewed: 22 September 2023
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