One of the largest urban regeneration schemes constructed in the UK - officially opens today in Bracknell.
The new town centre has been transformed over two years - costing £240m.
It includes a new, state of the art, shopping centre - Lexicon - which has created hundreds of jobs and features seventy shops and restaurants.
It has been years in the making and next month Bracknell's new, state of the art, shopping centre will finally open.
Today hundreds turned out at a jobs fair looking for work at the Lexicon.
It's the second one to be held with the first attracting more than 2,000 people.
But the Lexicon is just one part of the massive town centre make over.
As Mel Bloor reports.
Mel spoke to Rob Morris, General Manager of The Lexicon and Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker from Bracknell Forest Council, Con.
The Lexicon development in Bracknell is one of the Thames Valley's biggest ever regenerations and thousands of people went along to the job fair to see if they could be part of it.
It is hoped it will create a new heart in the previously run down town centre.
It will include new shops, restaurants and a 12 screen cinema and is set to open to the public in September.
Construction on the £240 million project began in March 2015.
The firm behind the development have promised the creation of thousands of new positions.
Our reporter Mel Bloor went along to meet some of the jobseekers.
Mel spoke to Simon Russian from the Bracknell Regeneration Partnership.
A new 240 million pound shopping area in Bracknell town centre will be called 'The Lexicon'.
The name was revealed at a meeting this morning to discuss the progress of the development. It's due to open in spring 2017 and will include 50 shops, ten restaurants, a new cinema and seated amphitheatre.
The Lexicon already has its own Twitter page, but it's yet to send its first tweet. It already has two followers.
Almost all of the town centre has been demolished as part of the regeneration project. Roadworks are expected to cause disruption as the work develops further, with lane closures in and around the town.