Work is set to start in the coming weeks on one of the largest private-rented schemes in Warrington, featuring 362 apartments alongside 6,400 sq ft of retail, with Liverpool-based Nobles on board as main contractor.
Great Sankey's neighbourhood hub is on target to be fully open early next year after a troubled construction programme that has seen Warrington Council make more than 250 changes to the original scheme.
Warrington’s Time Square, set to complete in early 2020, will deliver an office for the council, a cinema, leisure, retail, extensive public realm, and a market. Working with contractor Vinci, Muse Developments is delivering a project it hopes will be transformational for the town.
Warrington Council’s executive board will next week be asked to give the go-ahead to Omega Local Highways Phase 3, a series of improvements to the road network around the Omega site, now firmly established as a logistics hotspot and moving into a phase of residential development.
The executive board of Warrington Council has approved a town centre public realm project and a road improvement scheme to support the ongoing highway works at junction 8 of the M62, the key junction for the Omega distribution hub and Lingley Mere.