Name engagement for Weston's Sovereign Centre

Shopping centre name vote

North Somerset Council is asking the public to get involved with a name engagement for Weston’s Sovereign Shopping Centre. The new name will be part of a public engagement process that will take place from Tuesday 30 November to Monday 13 December.

The public are being asked to choose a new name from three themes, which include:

  • Sovereign theme – this could be expressed as The Sovereign, The SOV, Sovereign Centre
  • Super theme – this could be expressed as Super Stores, Super Centre, The Super
  • New name – this could be expressed as a name that brings together the heritage and exciting future of the centre. This could be expressed as General Stores, or a contemporary approach which uses descriptive words in a purposeful way

Do you have an idea of a new name? There will be an option to add comments and get your names suggestions put forward.

To get involved with the name engagement, you can:

Visit online

Visit in person: Food Court at the Sovereign Centre

Cycle hub concept
Work space
New food space

Timeline

  • Opened
    29 Nov 2021 at 12:00
  • Closed
    13 Dec 2021 at 12:00

Consultation Documents

Details

Organisational Information

Contact Name Martin O'Neill
Job title Development Project Manager
Contact Email martin.oneill@n-somerset.gov.uk
Contact Telephone 01275 884 441

Project Information

Aim of this consultation North Somerset Council is asking the public to choose a new name for Weston’s Sovereign Centre. The new name will form part of a public engagement process
Close Date 13 Dec 2021 12:00
Consultation Topic
  • Business - jobs, new business or factories
  • Leisure - sports, theatre, museum and tourism
Context for this consultation Changing the name of the Sovereign Centre is part of the first phase of ambitious plans taking place within the centre, which include:
• creating new workspace for business, entrepreneurs, and individuals, offering local working options to meet the increase demand in home working
• introducing new space to enhance the food offer
• enhancing and refurbishing key parts of the interior and exterior of the building
• providing space to support active lifestyles and wellbeing, such as a cycle hub and rental shop