In November 2017 the Planning Inquiry hearing convened to consider Solum’s proposed redevelopment of Guildford Station. Solum, the multi-site development partnership between Network Rail and Kier Property, appealed against the decision by Guildford Borough Council to refuse its proposal to revitalise Guildford Station in October 2016.
Solum, the partnership between Network Rail and Kier Property that is promoting the redevelopment of the Goods Yard site around Bishop’s Stortford station, has submitted a planning application to East Hertfordshire District Council following extensive consultation with local residents.
Solum Regeneration has won the ‘What House?’ Best Partnership Scheme award for its work with Waltham Forest Council and Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association (ISHA) on redeveloping Walthamstow Central Station. The team scooped the top prize of a Gold Award.
Solum Regeneration is to submit a planning application later this week to redevelop the east side of Guildford station, following three years of discussions and consultation with the local authority and local community.
The majority of the new homes created in the first phase of the Walthamstow Central regeneration have been sold to local residents. Solum Regeneration, who are promoting the £20 million scheme, have nearly completed the first phase of development and have finished the show home to give buyers a first glimpse of what their new properties will look like.
Local residents and Mid Sussex Council have endorsed plans by Network Rail to enhance facilities at Haywards Heath Station. As the Mid Sussex Times reports, Network Rail have amended their plans at the station to add another level to the car park bringing the total number of spaces up from 670 to around 1,100.
The doors to the stunning new showhome at Hyde Mews, Christchurch are now open to home buyers keen to seize the opportunity to buy a brand new home in the heart of this popular harbour town.
They purchased a three-bedroom, terraced property off-plan in February 2013 and moved into their new home on Friday 12thJuly 2013.
A new residential development in the heart of Walthamstow will ‘kick start the transformation of the town centre’ according to the Leader of Waltham Forest Council.
A topping out ceremony for a new development of 17 family homes in Christchurch saw Councillor Ray Nottage, Leader of Christchurch Borough Council, don hard hat and high visibility jacket to lay the first roof tiles.
Mid Sussex District Council leader Garry Wall has said the new multi-million pound scheme to revitalise the area around Haywards Heath Railway station has been ‘long over-due’.
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15 students from Waltham Forest College who are studying construction and other similar courses recently visited Solum Regeneration’s Walthamstow Central station redevelopment. The aim of the visit was to brief the students about the project to aid their studies.
The future appearance of a key site in Redhill town centre has been scrutinised by residents.