Landmark Estates are delighted to announce that works of the redevelopment of the former Hatch Motors site, Sway has begun. Following the completion of all legal matters, the planning approval decision was issued at the end of May 2019. Since that date, contractors and specialist consultants have been preparing their detailed building regulation drawings and technical reports. In October, site clearance, tree protection / selective removal and investigative land contamination work all commenced, in accordance with the planning conditions. We are pleased to confirm that all demolition works have now been completed and a Phase II Land Contamination Report has been submitted to the Council for their approval. An application for the discharge of proposed materials will also follow shortly.
Construction works are scheduled for December. James Bradley, Managing Director says “This is the start of the exciting new development that will deliver 4 x cottage-style dwellings, 4 x apartments and a new convenience store for the benefit of local people. The mixed-use Co-op and apartment building, fronting Station Road, will be very well designed with tile hanging and decorative banding under a red clay tile roof. It will be enclosed by a wall and a traditional picket fence. This will create an interesting and attractive building which will reflect Station Road’s local characteristics.”Share This
Landmark Estates would like to wish Ben Olds all the very best of luck as he moves onto pastures new
All of the team at Landmark Estates would like to wish Ben Olds all the very best of luck as he moves on to pastures new. Ben joined Landmark in 2014 as a Junior Land Buyer. He quickly established himself as a valued and integral part of the company. He secured countless successful opportunities using his natural aptitude for spotting a deal, his immaculate ‘bedside manner’ and skill at working through the planning process.
Landmark would like to convey their heartfelt thanks to Ben for all of his efforts and for all of the good times over the past five years – of which there have been far too many to count!
Good luck Ben, we will miss you.