Planning Permission granted for the redevelopment of Crompton Place, Bolton

Planning permission has been granted for the £250m replacement of Crompton Place Shopping Centre, with a mixed-use masterplan-led redevelopment of this strategically important town centre site which lies at the heart of Bolton Council’s £1.5bn plans for the town centre.

The scheme is a key step forward in delivering an exciting vision for a refreshed and revitalised Bolton town centre and includes a complimentary mix of uses in line with the current agenda for tackling struggling town centres.

The project is being brought forward by Bolton Regeneration Ltd., a partnership between Beijing Construction & Engineering Group International and regeneration specialists Midia Group, which is working alongside Bolton Council to realise the scheme.

Designed by Chapman Taylor, the mixed-use scheme for the site includes a 110-bedroom hotel, 150 homes, 10,500m² of office space, and a mixed-use retail, leisure, dining and events space (dubbed “Bolton Works”) designed to accommodate independent retailers and food operators and also includes incubator space for small business start-ups.

A comprehensive public realm design will provide a predominantly pedestrianised environment with user-friendly shared surfaces designed in-line with current best practice.

The development will be seamlessly integrated into the wider streetscape and urban fabric to help reunite Bradshawgate with Victoria Square and improve the access and pedestrian flows within the town centre. It will also act as a formal backdrop to the town hall, completing the high-quality set-piece of the square and featuring a colonnade which shelters artisan cafés and restaurants.

Great emphasis has been placed on long-term economic and environmental sustainability through the complementary mix of uses, choice of materials, soft landscaping, green roof terraces and rainwater collection, as well as a centralised energy centre, natural ventilation and solar collection.

Bolton Council’s Deputy Leader, Cllr Martyn Cox, said: “This is a major milestone for Crompton Place, which is a fundamental part of our £1.5bn town centre masterplan.

“These plans will create a destination which combine town centre living, retail and leisure in a top quality environment. It means new homes, new jobs, and new businesses coming to Bolton.

“As the high street continues to face challenges particularly from the coronavirus pandemic, this is a really significant development.

“Now that approval has been granted, we look forward to working with Bolton Regeneration Ltd to progress the plans, and we will continue to keep the businesses in the centre updated as things progress.

“When work starts on the redevelopment, businesses will need to relocate and it is important to the council that we work hard to keep them in the town centre.”

Steven Turner, Director of Bolton Regeneration Limited, said: “Today our vision of a vibrant living, working and creative community at the heart of Bolton has taken a significant step forward.

“We believe this development will significantly improve the town centre offer, broaden its appeal, complement existing attractions, and enhance the surrounding historic fabric. We look forward to commencing the next steps with the aim of commencing construction next year.”

The project is being brought forward by Bolton Regeneration Ltd., a partnership between Beijing Construction & Engineering Group International and regeneration specialists Midia Group, which is working alongside Bolton Council to realise the scheme.

Designed by Chapman Taylor, the mixed-use scheme for the site includes a 110-bedroom hotel, 150 homes, 10,500m² of office space, and a mixed-use retail, leisure, dining and events space (dubbed “Bolton Works”) designed to accommodate independent retailers and food operators and also includes incubator space for small business start-ups.

A comprehensive public realm design will provide a predominantly pedestrianised environment with user-friendly shared surfaces designed in-line with current best practice.

The development will be seamlessly integrated into the wider streetscape and urban fabric to help reunite Bradshawgate with Victoria Square and improve the access and pedestrian flows within the town centre. It will also act as a formal backdrop to the town hall, completing the high-quality set-piece of the square and featuring a colonnade which shelters artisan cafés and restaurants.

Great emphasis has been placed on long-term economic and environmental sustainability through the complementary mix of uses, choice of materials, soft landscaping, green roof terraces and rainwater collection, as well as a centralised energy centre, natural ventilation and solar collection.

Bolton Council’s Deputy Leader, Cllr Martyn Cox, said: “This is a major milestone for Crompton Place, which is a fundamental part of our £1.5bn town centre masterplan.

“These plans will create a destination which combine town centre living, retail and leisure in a top quality environment. It means new homes, new jobs, and new businesses coming to Bolton.

“As the high street continues to face challenges particularly from the coronavirus pandemic, this is a really significant development.

“Now that approval has been granted, we look forward to working with Bolton Regeneration Ltd to progress the plans, and we will continue to keep the businesses in the centre updated as things progress.

“When work starts on the redevelopment, businesses will need to relocate and it is important to the council that we work hard to keep them in the town centre.”

Steven Turner, Director of Bolton Regeneration Limited, said: “Today our vision of a vibrant living, working and creative community at the heart of Bolton has taken a significant step forward.

“We believe this development will significantly improve the town centre offer, broaden its appeal, complement existing attractions, and enhance the surrounding historic fabric. We look forward to commencing the next steps with the aim of commencing construction next year.”

TIM PARTINGTON (荣誉学士学位 建筑学学士 英国皇家建筑师学会会员)

Group Board Director, 曼彻斯特

蒂姆于1986年加入查普门泰勒,2006年加入有限责任合伙企业董事会。作为所有者之一,他与其他董事会成员一道积极推动公司发展,并对战略性方向做出敏锐判断。

蒂姆在2000年负责组建了曼彻斯特事务所,并在成立后负责其业务管理及英国境内事务所的设计管理、资源规划及BIM/CAD 策略。 凭借设计管理专长,蒂姆在综合体开发项目方面的设计和施工图,在英国和国际上拥有骄人成绩。

专长领域:
综合体/办公空间/住宅/零售商业/设计管理/项目交付

Tim entra a far parte di Chapman Taylor dal 1986 e si unisce al Main Board nel 2006. In qualità di Direttore ricopre un ruolo attivo nella definizione della direzione strategica e della crescita del business insieme agli altri membri del Consiglio.

Tim ha contribuito alla creazione dello studio Chapman Taylor Manchester nel 2000 e continua a gestirlo: è inoltre responsabile del gruppo progettuale inglese, della pianificazione delle risorse e della strategia BIM/CAD.

Riconosciuto per la sua conoscenza di gestione del progetto, ha una comprovata esperienza nella progettazione e nella consegna di complessi multifunzionali sia nel Regno Unito che a livello internazionale.

Aree di competenza:

Mixed-use / Office / Residential / Retail / Design Management / Delivery

Tim ist seit 1986 bei Chapman Taylor und trat dem LLP Main Board im Jahr 2006 bei. Als Eigentümer hat er mit anderen Vorstandsmitgliedern des Main Boards eine aktive Rolle bei der Gestaltung der strategischen Ausrichtung und des Wachstums des Unternehmens.

Er war verantwortlich für den Aufbau von Chapman Taylors Studio in Manchester im Jahr 2000 und leitet weiterhin diesen Teil des Geschäfts zusammen mit dem Designmanagement, der Ressourcenplanung und BIM/CAD-Strategie des GB-Geschäfts.

Anerkannt für seine Design-Management-Expertise, kann er eine Erfolgsbilanz bei der Entwicklung und Realisierung von komplexen Mischbebauungsvorhaben in Großbritannien und international vorweisen.

Schwerpunkte:

Mixed-Use / Bürobau / Wohnungsbau / Einzelhandel / Projektleitung / Ausführungsplanung

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