Network Rail Infrastructure Limited deserves well-earned praise for gaining planning for the Twickenham station redevelopment with new station ticket office ground floor retail units, 73 one, 78 two, 14 three bed flats, and improved public areas and parking. The chosen site for the project is Twickenham Station, London Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 1BD. With the help of instant bridging loans, the client will stabilize the project’s financial budget for the redevelopment processes.

The council for this project is Richmond-upon-Thames. The project will begin in September 2017, and it will be finished in September 2020. The total floor area will be 734 square meters, and the site area will be 9600 square meters. 3 structures rising as high as 8 storeys will be erected, and it will house 165 residential and commercial units. 73 one bed houses, 78 two bed houses, and 14 three bed houses will be featured in this development. The client will offer a total of 41 parking spaces.



The associated developers for the development will be Kier Property Developments and Solum Regeneration Limited. The primary architecture firm for the entire development will be Rolfe Judd. Maddox & Associates Limited will take the role of the primary planner firm. Grontmij Head Office has been chosen to serve as the landscape architecture firm.

The client will take help from the instant bridging loans to ensure an efficient and a smooth flow of all the redevelopment processes. The consultant group will include McBains Head Office, Waterman Building Services Limited, and Maddox & Associates Limited. The contractors include Osborne and S E C Building Services Limited. Kier Southern Limited will take the role of the project manager.

The project’s developers and investors can easily avail capital from HZ Associates for making this big infrastructure aim a huge success. Moreover, with funding from HZA, they can get a high return on investment.


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