27th January 2011
Press Release by Bolsterstone Group plc
BUCKING THE TREND & RARING TO GO IN 2011
Chesterfield’s pioneering urban regeneration development, “Chesterfield Waterside” is bucking the construction trend and raring to go in 2011.
As Peter Swallow, Director of Urbo Regeneration, the developer behind this 60 acre mixed-use landmark project said, “It has been very tough in the construction industry, but we are in a good position. We are poised and ready for action at Chesterfield Waterside”.
He continued, “The research group UK ‘Centre for Cities’ (24.1.11) said places such as Hull and Doncaster are ‘bouncing back’ and cities such as Leeds, Nottingham and Sheffield, where private per capita employment is higher than average would weather the public sector cuts better than most. I feel confident in the region’s future.”
DEVELOPERS RELEASE MORE ARCHITECTS IMAGES
“Earlier this month innovative architects, OMI, completed more images for our key commercial character zones, these include: Station Place and Basin Square. Station Place will be a high-density collection of buildings arranged around a central area, it will be an informal space enclosed by shops and cafes. The buildings will comprise a hotel, offices and car parks in a thriving business environment.”
“These exceptional designs provide the people of Chesterfield with a good insight into how their urban waterside village is going to look.”
Peter Swallow concluded, “We are renowned in the industry for providing outstanding sustainable buildings and developments. It’s been tough for many companies, but we are delighted to report that we are still going strong and excited about the future in 2011.”
For more information about Chesterfield Waterside contact: Peter Swallow – 01246 260 206.
Station Place (2.5 acres)
View from the town centre into the bustling retail and office environment on Brimington Road
Basin Square (7.5 acres)
Aerial view of the vibrant, mixed used area surrounding the new canal basin
Station Place – Chesterfield Station & Town Centre Linkages
Aerial view showing the links to the station and the town centre
For further photographs, click here.