Addlestone One development reaches completion

December 13th 2018

Linkcity has completed the Addlestone One regeneration project in Surrey. Carefully designed to integrate into the existing town centre, this large-scale mixed-use development incorporates restaurants, cafes, a Premier Inn hotel, a new cinema operated by The Light, retail including a Waitrose supermarket, public spaces and car parking. It also contributes to the provision of high-quality new homes in the area, with 213 apartments offering a range of tenures, including 18 for shared ownership and 35 social rented homes.

Located on a six-acre town-centre site wrapping around the existing Runnymede Civic Centre, the project has seen Linkcity collaborate with Runnymede Borough Council to bring this major project to fruition.

Bouygues UK was the main contractor.

Linkcity’s Managing Director, Nicolas Guérin, said:

“Addlestone One is the result of a strong partnership between Runnymede Borough Council and Linkcity, creating a new place for people to shop, dine out or watch a film as well as providing much-needed new homes. Having completed a major mixed-use town-centre regeneration project in Bedford last year and with work currently underway creating a new town centre for Canning Town in East London, these large-scale, transformational projects are a real specialism for us and we are proud to continue our success with the completion of this high-quality development.”

John Rice, Runnymede Borough Council’s Director of Commercial Services, said:

“This major development is part of our vision to revitalise the town centre so that it functions as a vibrant, attractive and connected heart for the local area. With the completion of Addlestone One we have maximised the use of a six-acre site, creating new homes, amenities and jobs, contributing to the local economy and adding to the quality of life for local residents and visitors alike.”

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