The group’s investment arm has completed the planning process after steering the town’s urban regeneration plans after being appointed development partner in 2012.
This will be funded by returns from a residential development by Lovell Partnerships and Clayson Country Homes, commercial development including a supermarket, offices and conversion of a listed mill building for commercial uses.
- 3,300 sq m new build community building to be built by Morgan Sindall
- residential development by Lovell Partnerships Ltd and Clayson Country Homes
- commercial development to be built by Morgan Sindall including a basket supermarket, small retail outlets, industrial units and offices
- conversion of a listed mill building for commercial uses
Lisa Scenna, managing director of MSIL said: “We are delighted to achieve this important milestone and to start the delivery of a high quality development with our sister companies, Lovell Partnerships Ltd and Morgan Sindall plc.”
The residential development by Lovell Partnerships will provide 87 new homes, ranging from two to five bedrooms.
Dave Smith, construction managing director for Morgan Sindall plc, said: “This appointment demonstrates the proven ability of Morgan Sindall Group companies to work together in order to deliver innovative and cost effective solutions that benefit our customers as well as the wider community.”