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BRP – Bracknell Town Center Redevelopment – Berkshire - Project Profile

BRP – Bracknell Town Center Redevelopment – Berkshire - Project Profile

Synopsis

"BRP – Bracknell Town Center Redevelopment – Berkshire- Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary

Bracknell Regeneration Partnership (BRP), a joint venture of Legal & General Life Fund (LGLF) and Schroders Exempt Property Unit Trust (SEPUT), is undertaking the Bracknell Town Center redevelopment project in Berkshire, the UK.

The project involves the regeneration of Bracknell town center on 36ha area. It will include the construction of 1,000 new homes, access roads and an 60,387m2 office facility.

It includes the construction of library, bus stations, a police station, magistrates court, a health center, leisure facilities on 5,500m2 area, new 12-screen cinema, business accommodation, improved transport links, six level multi-story car parking with a capacity of 1,300 cars, public open spaces, new shops, hotels, a retail facility on 54,348m2 area, restaurants, 70 new shops, 10 restaurants, a huge cinema, cafes and bars.

The regeneration will also deliver highway and public transport improvements, and new public buildings, including a larger town center library.

Primark will occupy two level store in the northern retail quarter. Cineworld will manage and operate the new 12-screen cinema hall.

Arup and White Young Green have been appointed as the structural engineers, Davis Langdon as the cost consultant and Watermans Group as the services engineer for the project.

Environ has been appointed as the environmental consultant, Buchanan Consulting Engineers as traffic consultant, Drivers Jonas Deloitte (formerly known as Drivers Jonas) as the planning consultant, and Cushman & Wakefied Healey & Baker as the development consultant for the project.

Stanhope has been appointed as the PMC contractor, Richard Rogers Partnership as master planner and Davis Langdon (formerly known as Davis Langdon & Everest) as the quantity surveyor for the project.

BDP, Cartwright Pickard, Chapman Taylor, DRMM, Gillespies, Munkenbeck + Marshall, Nicholas Hare, Sidell Gibson, and AHMM are working as architects for the project.

In March 2012, Bostock and Pollitt, and Gardiner & Theobald was appointed as the consultants for the project. In June 2012, BRP has submitted a planning application to Bracknell Forest Council to update the previous planning permission of the project.

The project has received a funding of US$9 million from European Commission funding for the design of the new town center that partly uses green energy.

In June 2013, Scudder Demolition, a division of the Carey Group, has been appointed as the demolition contractor.

Demolition work on the project commenced in September 2013 and completed in December 2013. Redevelopment of the ring road around the town center and other highway and technical preparation work is underway.

In February 2015, Mace was appointed as the construction contractor to redevelop the northern retail quarter of the site, comprising 54,348m2 of new retail and leisure space.

In April 2015, construction works commenced.

In October 2015, BRP submitted plans to rejuvenate the project to Bracknell Forest Council. It includes recladding the frameworks of several shops and the instillation of improved lighting and signage and also seeking permission to remove the large bay window in the front of Brooke House and repave the pavements around the building.

In September 2017, construction works completed on retail, restaurants and leisure space.

Construction works are underway.

Scope

The project involves the regeneration of Bracknell town center on 36ha of land in Berkshire, the UK.

The US$1,501 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of leisure facilities on 5,500m2 floor area

2. Construction of a retail facility on 54,348m2floor area

3. Construction of parking facilities with a capacity of 3,500 cars

4. Construction of 1,000 homes

5. Construction of a library

6. Construction of a bus station

7. Construction of a health care centre

8. Construction of a police station

9. Construction of a magistrate’s court

10. Construction of an 60,387m2 office facility

11. Construction of related facilities

12. Construction of 70 new shops

13. Construction of 10 restaurants

14. Construction of a 12- screen cinema

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1.Key Statistics
2.Key Dates
3.Sector
4.Operating metrics
5.Tender Information
6.Scope
7.Description
8.Latest update
9.Background
10.Key Contacts
11.General News, Project News
12.Appendix

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