Posted on Apr 11, 2019 by Natalie Phillips
The 143,633 sq. ft. expansion will provide space for nine new retail stores and 16 additional food and beverage units, cementing Fosse Park’s position as one of the UK’s leading retail and leisure destinations, with 11 million visitors a year.
Bowmer + Kirkland (B+K), the contractors that originally built Fosse Park almost 30 years ago, have been appointed by The Crown Estate to construct the new development, with work starting on site at the beginning of April. Fox Lloyd Jones are the Project Managers.
Speaking about the appointment, Simon Lloyd, director of Fox Lloyd Jones, said:
"It is great news that, after four years of stakeholder dialogue bringing this scheme forward, construction has now begun on site. We are looking forward to continuing our role delivering this large scale expansion of the park, through to its completion in 2020”
“In addition to the new units and broadening the offer for shoppers, the redevelopment will incorporate new thinking on wellbeing initiatives for employees and visitors together with excellent sustainability credentials.”
“We are delighted to follow up the delivery of The Crown Estate’s Silverlink Point development in North Tyneside with this further landmark scheme, reinforcing our reputation for successfully overseeing and delivering prestigious projects throughout the UK."
Mike Bell, Senior Asset Manager for Fosse Park, The Crown Estate, said:
“This is an important milestone in our investment at Fosse Park, where we’re focused on continuing to improve our offer for visitors. We are excited that construction has begun and look forward to continuing our relationship with Fox Lloyd Jones and Fosse Park’s retailers to build on the scheme’s success as a brilliant place for visitors, shoppers and the local community to enjoy.”
More details about the works at Fosse Park can be found at the website: http://fosseshoppingpark.co.uk/news/
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