Aerial photo of Hayle Harbour, Cornwall Arenas & attractions Community Local Authority Mixed use Regeneration Residential 

Work begins at last on 30 year-delayed Hayle Harbour redevelopment

The residents of a Cornish town have been on a roller coaster of hope and despair since the 1980s, when a redevelopment package for their harbour was first put together. Plans to regenerate Hayle harbour have been promised to locals for almost 40 years. After decades of dereliction and many failed attempts, the long-awaited transformation of the site is finally one step closer. This week, work started at North Quay, one of the parts of Hayle harbour which is hoped to be turned into a attractive destination in Cornwall. This first phase is set to…

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CGI of Beeston Square development Cinema & theatre Commercial property Local Authority Residential 

Notts: next plans published for mixed use scheme with cinema

Plans for the second phase of the redevelopment of Beeston town centre have been revealed. Architects Leonard Design have submitted plans for a mixed-use scheme including 132 apartments with commercial units on the ground floor that could be used for retail, offices, resturants or bars or leisure use. Monk Estates and William May are the joint developers on the scheme, which is the second phase of the regeneration of Beeston Square. Early last year, Broxtowe Borough Council secured a deal to bring Arc Cinema to Beeston town centre as part…

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Mixed use scheme with 50,00 sq ft leisure to extend Canterbury night life

Bouygues UK has been appointed main contractor for a £115m development of student rooms, restaurants, bars and a cinema in Canterbury, Kent. Linkcity, the property development company of Bouygues UK, has exchanged contracts with Canterbury City Council, Harrison Street and The Hyde Group to bring forward a the development on the 8.4-acre site of a former coach park and Serco depot in the Kingsmead area of Canterbury. The Riverside will include more than 50,000 sq ft of retail, leisure and restaurant space, as well as 491 student residences and 189…

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