Archaeology - Retail and Leisure Projects
Outline planning application was granted in 2014 for the demolition of the existing structures associated with a petrol filling station, including the removal of a forecourt canopy and buried fuel tanks, and the construction of a retail unit.
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Penrhos Leisure Village, Anglesey
A single outline planning permission to develop land at Penrhos, Holyhead, Anglesey was submitted in 2012. The development site comprises 246 ha sub-divided into three areas.
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CgMs managed a complex programme of archaeological evaluation and excavation for The Birmingham Alliance. Working closely with the demolition, construction and landscaping teams, CgMs ensured that archaeology did not impact on Bullring’s completion and launch in September 2003.
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Earls Gate Park, Grangemouth
CgMs were appointed to manage the archaeological works required by condition. The site contained the remains of a medieval tower-house, with associated moat and later mansion.
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Finzel's Reach, Bristol
Finzels Reach is a new city quarter for central Bristol with over 300,000 sq ft of ‘Grade A’ office space, 399 high specification apartments and more than 90,000 sq ft of cafe’s and shops all set in extensive landscaped public space.
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North East Bridgewater
CgMs have been advising Hallam Land Management on the promotion of and securing planning permission for up to 110,000 square metres of employment floorspace, 2,000 new dwellings, a primary school, improvements in recreation facilities and substantial enhancements to the local transport and green infrastructure. The proposals include detailed approval for a 75,000 square metre Morrisons Regional Distribution Centre to serve its south west network of stores and which will create some 1,000 new jobs on site alone.
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