KIER – Norcross Site Regeneration: Commercial – Lancashire - Project Profile
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Kier Property (Kier) is planning to build a commercial complex near Norcross Lane in Thornton Cleveleys, Lancashire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a commercial facility on a 2.4ha of land. It includes the construction of 4,181m2 of retail space, a 1,672m2 supermarket, food outlets, parking and related facilities, and the installation of safety and security systems.
GL Hearn has been appointed as a planner, PRP Architects as an architect and Curtins Consulting as an environmental consultant. In-house division of Kier will do the construction works.
In March 2013, Telereal submitted outline planning application to Wyre Council.
In January 2014, the project received planning consent from the Wyre Council.
DSM Demolition Group has been appointed as demolition contractor.
Demolition works on the project has been completed.
In November 2016, Telereal sold 2.4ha of land to Kier Property for US$4.2 million with the benefit of planning consent for the construction of a retail park.
In February 2017, Kier submitted plans to Wyre Council.
The project involves the construction of a commercial facility on a 2.4ha of land near Norcross Lane, Thornton Cleveleys, the UK.
The US$25 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 4,181m2 of retail space
2. Construction of a 1,672m2 supermarket
3. Construction of food outlets
4. Development of parking spaces
5. Installation of safety and security systemsReasons To Buy
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