Garrison Barclay plans to transform the five-storey building, which was previously owned by the Royal Mail, into one with a contemporary 'raw' feel unique to Wales, following a total investment of around £10m, and hopes it will ready for businesses to move into by 2018.
We believe that as part of the ongoing growth of Newport, which is marketed as Wales First City, to have a landmark building that is both prominent in the city and clearly visible as the first city centre building you see from the train as you approach on train, represents a fantastic opportunity for us to do something special.
There is a lack of available quality office space in Newport which offers the flexibility of our scheme and its proximity to the railway station makes it an equally important development in the wider context as part of the Cardiff Capital Region - City Deal.
A new development of 172 homes, retail facilities and industrial units is being planned for the former Chubb factory site in the Rhondda. Chubb Fire Security Ltd closed its factory at the Maerdy Industrial Estate in Ferndale during 2005, after an announcement in 2004 that more than 150 jobs would be lost there.
The factory, which used to make fire-fighting equipment, first opened as the Pyrene company in 1950.
The plans include up to 20,750 square foot of mixed use, commercial, retail and employment floor space, while a new junction to access the site from the A4233 would be built. The 172 homes would be in the form of two and three-storey houses, including flats, while two areas of public open space are also planned within the development.
Since acquiring Chartist Tower in December 2017 plans are firmly underway to convert this 15 storey building in to a multi-use facility incorporating retail, commercial office space and a 150 bed hotel with roof top restaurant.
The 1960’s building which had been previously occupied by P & O Holdings Limited is located next to the poplar Friars Walk shopping development in the heart of Newport, and offers spectacular views over the city centre and Severn Estuary.
Located in the village of Pontlliw, Swansea, The Poplars is a 6.56 acre residential development site, which currently benefits from planning permission for 11 detached dormer bungalows (on the “top site”), adjacent to the Christopher Rise development.
In addition, planning is being sought for a further 31 dwellings (a mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced units) on the southern portion of the site (“bottom site”), which currently comprises of a substantial 8 bedroom detached house, a coach house and a paddock.
Located to the north of Cardiff city centre, Garrison Barclay Estates' recent acquisition of the GE Healthcare site includes circa 18,400 sqm of building accommodation.
Set over 27 acres, the site comprises of seven buildings including offices, laboratories and warehousing; and provides an excellent opportunity for further refurbishment and redevelopment.
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