HGI/WCC – Winchester Silver Hill Shopping Complex – Hampshire - Project Profile
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Henderson Global Investors (HGI) and Winchester City Council (WCC) are planning to undertake the construction of a shopping center in Winchester, Hampshire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a shopping center on 2.3ha of land. It will include the construction of 200 residential units, 8,825m2 of retail facilities, 1,718m2 of office space, a 1,021m2 medical center, a restaurant, a new bus station, a new public spaces including improvements to the Broadway, 330 public parking spaces, 168 residential parking spaces, 20 car parking spaces and other related facilities and the remodeling of the existing homes.
In February 2014, HGI and WCC reached an agreement with London & Henley Group (L&H) to acquire its holdings.
On December 10, 2014, HGI received the planning approvals from WCC with some major alterations in the scope of the project.
In January 2017, HGI and WCC are planning to revise the plans for the site, as part of it JTP ARCHITECTS and Placemakers and Snug Architects has been appointed as architect, Atkins as Engineering consultant, UBU Design as a Landscape architect.
WCC is in the process of seeking approval for the project.
The project involves the construction of a shopping center on 2.3ha of land in Winchester, Hampshire, the UK.
The US$216 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 200 residential units
2. Construction of 1,718m2 of office space
3. Construction of 8,825m2 of retail facilities
4. Construction of a 1,021m2 medical center
5. Construction of a restaurant
6. Construction of 518 parking spaces
7. Construction of a new bus station
8. Construction of new public spaces
9. Construction of other related facilities
10. Remodeling of the existing homes
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