Project: Time Square, Warrington
TOTAL VALUE – £142M
Time Square is an innovative new beating heart for Warrington town centre; an eagerly-awaited renaissance for Warrington’s leisure scene, Time Square is creating history as the town’s signature family-friendly shopping, restaurant and leisure destination.
The scheme is creating a place to benefit both a proud town and the wider North West region and has delivered 40,000 sq ft of retail space, 92,000 sq ft of leisure facilities, including a 13-screen Cineworld cinema alongside seven family restaurants, a 42,000 sq ft indoor market hall hosting over 50 traders, a 100,000 sq ft council office building welcoming over 1,000 employees, a 1,160-space multi-storey car park with 54 EV charging points, and a new public square.
Working collaboratively with partners, we’ve been able to bring a new vibrancy and purpose to Warrington, by blending high-quality, well-designed new buildings, with historical elements of the town centre by retaining a historic façade for the market to create a striking statement building.
Time Square is being delivered by Warrington & Co on behalf of Warrington Borough Council, with Muse the scheme’s development manager.
Project: Your New Town Hall, Brixton
TOTAL VALUE – £160M
Your New Town Hall is a prime example of successful town centre repurposing that’s blended Brixton’s heritage with its aspirations for the future. Your New Town Hall is a car-free development, designed to preserve Brixton’s heritage and transform it into a vibrant and sustainable destination.
The £160 million development, delivered in partnership with Lambeth Council, allows the council to save £4.5 million a year through the reduced the number of their core office buildings from 14 to just two.
The project has successfully delivered four sites in Brixton, which consist of an energy-efficient 120,000 sq ft civic office, refurbished Grade II listed town hall, new public realm and 268 new homes, 40% of which are affordable. In addition, a café has been brought forward as well as a new cycle hub with changing/shower facilities. The next phase, Olive Morris House, will provide 74 new apartments over six storeys with commercial and retail space at ground and basement level.
Project: Marischal Square, Aberdeen
TOTAL VALUE – £107M
Our flagship scheme in the heart of the Granite City, Marischal Square, has created a vibrant new mixed-use quarter which included Grade ‘A’ office space, a hotel, cafes, restaurants and civic space, along with extensive, landscaping and public realm improvements.
The development is a keystone of the council’s city centre masterplan proposals, providing a new civic space for Aberdeen and creating a striking setting for both Provost Skene’s House and Marischal College.
A key feature for the scheme is the part-pedestrianised road layout that includes an illuminated fountain and extensive public space. However, the jewel in the crown at Marischal Square is ‘Poised’ – a 15m-high steel leopard designed by renowned sculptor, Andy Scott.
We delivered Marischal Square in partnership with Aberdeen City Council and Aviva Investors.
Project: Salford Central
TOTAL VALUE – £1bn
Salford Central is a game-changer! Repurposing a former surface car park and derelict area of Salford into a safe and vibrant mixed-use destination.
Bringing over 50-acres back to life, Salford Central has two distinct locations; New Bailey – a thriving commercial community with city centre living and a bustling leisure scene, and Chapel Street – an area that’s created an inspiring community, thanks to the delivery of hundreds of high-quality homes.
Once complete, Salford Central will have created over 11,000 new homes, and have delivered over 2.2 million sq ft of commercial space, 261,000 sq ft of retail space, over 12,000 car parking spaces, 90 hotel bedrooms, 849 new homes, extensive public realm and a link bridge to connect New Bailey with Manchester’s Spinningfields.
Salford Central is being delivered by The English Cities Fund – our strategic joint venture with Legal & General and Homes England – in partnership with Salford City Council.