Bolsterstone enabled the owner of this former two-acre industrial site to generate sufficient funding to facilitate the local relocation of their existing business to purpose-built premises.
The consolidation of multiple sites into a new, purpose-built facility coupled with good access to road networks, formed the brief for the delivery of Arnold Laver’s National Production Centre, the largest employment development carried out in Sheffield for more than 20 years.
In conjunction with Bolsterstone’s sister company Urbo and partner Magellan, the redevelopment of a 4 acre site close to the Sheffield United football ground was completed in 2007.
A former 10 acre industrial site on the edge of Sheffield City centre was transformed into a 100,000 sq.f.t retail store, 25,000sq.ft garden centre and 25,000sq.ft builder’s yard for B&Q
This site, which was formally the home of a builder’s merchants, is situated on the Sheffield outer ring road, directly opposite Sheffield Arena, an internationally recognised concerts/sports venue.
Acting in conjunction with Lynx Express, Bolsterstone purchased a 6 acre site and then procured the design of the operational and head office facilities, subsequently obtaining planning consent from Nuneaton & Bedworth Council for the project.
A former pub, Bolsterstone subsequently acquired the property from the brewery, and obtained planning consent for demolition of the existing premises and redevelopment incorporating retail shops and first floor offices.
Following discussions with the Local Health Authority, a need had been identified for the provision of a care home for residential occupation by patients suffering from illnesses such as Alzheimer’s.