At a media conference on 28th March, The Jockey Club and Cheltenham Racecourse announced plans for a £45 million investment in new facilities at the course.
Subject to planning permission, the proposed development will create a state-of-the-art new grandstand in place of the 1920s A&R block.
The reserved matters application for the first phase of the residential redevelopment to the former Gregory’s Bank industrial park in Worcester has been submitted for our client St Modwen Homes.
Following the recent outline approval for 170 units, the first phase of the residential development seeks to provide 44 new family homes and will establish our client’s high quality principles for the future phases of the development.Read More»
Longbridge, named after Lord Austin of Longbridge who founded the Austin Motor Company is being transformed by St Modwen into a vibrant community. This is a massive billion pound regeneration project covering 468 acres and involving a new town centre, new homes, parkland, community facilities and employment uses. The development aspires to create 10,000 new jobs through a diverse range of industries together with 2,000 new homes.Read More»
Planning application submitted for St Modwen Homes for 190 units at Coalville, North West Leicestershire.
A sustainable and distinct housing development that is comprehensively planned in character as part of Coalville.
The development seeks the Diamond award under the new Building for Life 12 criteria.
Despite the worst summer in 40 years, Haskins new Garden Centre at Roundstone, near Worthing , has been trading exceptionally well. Julian Winfield, Chief Executive of Haskins, has confirmed that the new Garden Centre has performed extremely well through some of the most difficult trading conditions that the company has experienced. He believes this is down to the Haskins formula and the quality of the new development at Roundstone. Confidence in the Centre has been further buoyed by a new outlet for Hobbycraft which opened 22nd November 2012.Read More»