Owners of the Reading office tower, Thames Tower, have revealed plans to expand upon the existing abandoned building.
LaSalle Investment Management has opened redevelopment ideas to local residents in a bid to judge public opinion on the investment. The results have been recorded as mixed.
A former Woolworths store in Swindon is being knocked down as part of a redevelopment project which is estimated to cost £25 million.
The store in Swindon town centre has started to be demolished so that a new Topshop and River Island can help to modernise the area with new retail amenities.
Although the project is mainly a retail development, the proposed size may make it appropriate for office space and at the moment there are still four units available to let.
New developers are reported to be taking over the halted Belle Vue Mills development in Skipton, Yorkshire.
Changes in plans allowed the project to continue once more after a pause, now there will be more office space on the development rather than flats, as well as a change in leisure and retail use. Rushbond, a Leeds property firm are to complete the project with the previous owner Novo Homes. (more…)
Regeneration developer Urban Splash have submitted plans for a Â£60 million waterfront development in Irvine.
The plans were handed to North Ayrshire Council last week and would see the creation of 360 homes, a hotel and 30,000 square feet of cafes, restaurant, shops and offices phased over 10 years. A response to the application is expected to be received in February 2010. Manchester-based Urban Splash were selected as partners for the project by Holyrood-backed Irvine Bay Regeneration Company last year. The agency is heading for a 10 year regeneration programme for the 5 Scottish towns of Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenson, Kilwinning and Irvine. (more…)