At the West of England LABC (Local Authority Building Control) Awards on Friday night (6th May 2016), The Princess Royal Grandstand at Cheltenham Racecourse won the award for the ‘Best Large Commercial Building’.
PLANS to regenerate Caldicot town centre have been revealed, with goals to create a ‘shopping and business experience’ for the town. (Article by Owain Banfield in Planning – Chepstow Beacon Paper)
Caldicot Town Team, alongside Roberts Limbrick Architects, released a report on 22nd January detailing the proposed regeneration of Caldicot town centre. The primary goals of the ideas in the report are to further unify the town centre, linking the new Asda development with shops in the centre, thereby creating a shopping and business experience that covers the whole of the town centre.Read More»
Outline planning permission has been unanimously approved for our Development Framework for upto 300 new homes at Hendrefoilan, Swansea.Read More»
Press Release from Chelteham Racecourse Tuesday 6th October 2015 stated – Cheltenham Racecourse will open its new, five and a half storey grandstand on the first day of The Open, Friday 13th November 2015, on time and on budget. It is the final part of a £45million redevelopment of the course to be unveiled to the public. Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal will be present to open the stand at 11.30am.
Over the past 19 months, a number of different areas of Cheltenham Racecourse have been redeveloped, with the new stand the centrepiece of the project. The grandstand will provide bars, toilets, restaurants, private boxes and viewing facilities for racegoers.
The ground floor of the grandstand will consist of a public bar, to be called the Vestey Bar after Lord Vestey who was Chairman of Cheltenham for 21 years until 2011. A bistro will also provide hot food and a seafood offering.
The first floor of the stand provides a great new bar for Annual Members who will have access directly onto their own section of steppings looking on to the racecourse. The remainder of the first floor is to be the Big Buck’s Champagne Bar, named after the horse that won an unprecedented four Ladbrokes World Hurdles and 18 consecutive races, also with direct access onto the viewing steps on the grandstand.Read More»
This month, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, St. Modwen, has begun erecting the steel frame on a new 48,149 sq ft speculative warehousing/industrial unit at its 100 acre Celtic Business Park development in Newport.
Pete Davies, Senior Development Manager for St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, said:
“The speculative unit we are delivering at Celtic Business Park is the first building underway at the site and is the only unit of its size currently being built in the wider Newport area. The unit will be ready for occupation by the end of the year and any businesses interested in rent or purchase opportunities should contact our agents Knight Frank or JLL.”Read More»