Kudos to The Crown Estate for gaining planning for the development of 5 structures at the site Westgate Shopping Centre, Thames St, Castle Mill Stream, Abbey Place, Norfolk St, Castle St, Bonn Square, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1NX. The development loans will stabilize this privately funded brownfield site project, which will involve repairs, re-modifications, and the demolition of the existing infrastructure before the construction of new ones.

Hank Zarihs Associates | The Westgate Development of 5 Structures Will Cost £440M

The client will begin the project in the June 2015, and it will be finished in October 2017. The entire development will cover a floor area and a site area of 108364 square meters and 5.7 Ha respectively. 4 storeys will be above the ground level, while the 5 new structures will also have 2 storeys below the ground level. The structures will consist of 61 residential units. The client has already earned 3 stars from Sustainable Homes, and “Very Good” from BREEAM Rating. The development loans will also allow the construction of up to 81,922sqm retail space, up to 26,712sqm of commercial space, 61 flats, public toilets, and associated parking, access and landscaping to be included in the project.

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Allies & Morrison Urban Practitioners, BDP Head Office, Panter Hudspith Architects, Glenn Howells Architects, and Dixon Jones Limited have been assigned the role of the primary architecture firms for the development process. Turley Associates Limited (Head Office) will join the project as the lead planning consultants. Gillespies Head Office has been chosen as the primary landscape architect.

Hoare Lea Head Office will offer their consultancy services in the fields of Mech & Elec engineering. Waterman Building Services Limited will offer consultancy services in the fields of structural engineering and civil engineering. The primary Sustainability Consultant will be WSP Group Limited. Hoare Lea Head Office will also serve as the lead sustainability consultant. The steady flow of cash with the help of development finance loans will ensure that all the ongoing construction projects are finished without any financial hindrances.

The project manager for the entire development will be Mace Limited Head Office. For the time being, Laing O’Rourke Northern Limited is the primary contractor for the development process. Crown House Technologies has also wanted the highest number of subcontracts for the process.

The project’s developers and investors can easily avail capital from HZA for making their infrastructure goal success and obtaining high ROI.

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