First glimpse of office space at Locking Parklands development
NEWLY-released images have shown the first glimpse of what office buildings at the former RAF Locking base will look like.
St Modwen, which is developing the �400million Locking Parklands site, has released the first CGI image of commercial buildings at the site.
The office building, which is predicted to provide up to 60 new jobs, will form part of the first phase of 6,000sq ft of office to be completed.
The first buildings, made up of three 2,000sq ft buildings, will then form part of the total 650,000sq ft of employment space due to be built at the 200 acre site, which is predicted to create about 2,000 new jobs.
Up to 1,250 new homes will also be built as part of the development, which the developer says may take up to 20 years to complete.
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St Modwen’s senior development manager Ian Guy said: “The release of these images will market the space to potential occupiers and give a true indication of what the Locking Parklands business community will look like.
“These 2,000 sq ft smaller office buildings are designed to create a place that fulfils local employment needs while also appealing to businesses wanting to relocate to the area.
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“The offices and further commercial space together with new homes and community facilities are part of this new progressive and sustainable style of development planned at the scheme.”