Kingswinford continues to
step boldly forward with confidence. Although the village dates back over 900
years with a colourful and sometimes turbulant past, present day Kingswinford
is a positive place in which to live and work.
Precinct c. 2000
small shopping precinct at the centre of the village is know as Townsend Place.
by the local property developer Charles Kenchington.
designed by local architect William Homer.
in 1963 and originally consisted of 12 shops, supermarket, a bank and a doctors
round MEB building was designed by William Page at his offices on the Tettenhall
Road in Wolverhampton.
when built; with a 2½ inch thick concrete roof, windows on every side
and fully air-conditioned.
MEB vacated the building several years ago and it is now the Capital Appliance
Point of interest - Arthur
Tyler Senior was responsible for laying the floor in the Kingswinford "dome"
and his son Arthur Tyler Junior laid the floor in the Greenwich "Millennium"