WBC/NVH – Sheerwater Redevelopment – Surrey - Project Profile
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Woking Borough Council (WBC) and New Vision Homes (NVH), a joint venture between Pinnacle PSG and Mansell, are planning to undertake the Sheerwater Redevelopment project in Surrey, the UK.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 30ha of land and will be implemented in four phases.
The project includes the construction of 984 new homes, 62 residential institutions, a retail centre, a mixed-use leisure center, sports facilities, shops, health centers, nursery and transport links and community-oriented facilities and the demolition of 600 existing homes.
The first phase includes the construction of new leisure centre and 92 homes by demolishing existing five homes.
HTA Architect has been appointed as the planner.
In July 2014, Borough Council approved the proposed plans.
In November 2015, NVH submitted a Hybrid Planning Application on the project.
In July 2016, the Woking Borough Council’s planning committee approved the first phase and an outline permission for the entire project.
NVH submitted a request to retain the recreation ground as an asset of community value (ACV) to the Council and awaiting approvals.
On April 6, 2017, the project received planning approvals from Woking Borough Council.
The Sheerwater Redevelopment project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 30h of land at Sheerwater, Woking Borough, Surrey, the UK.
The US$427 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 984 new homes
2. Construction of 62 residential institutions
3. Construction of shops
4. Construction of a retail centre
5. Construction of a mixed-use leisure centre
6. Construction of sports facilities
7. Construction of community-oriented facilities
8. Construction of health centers and transport links
9. Construction of associated facilities
10. Improvement of athletics track
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