Parkway is a 29.500 SQM redevelopmentARCHITECTURE:                           project with mixture of retail, restaurants a...
Parkway newbury mixed use town centre project with 189 residential units pakry sound oak and sound cherry
Parkway newbury mixed use town centre project with 189 residential units pakry sound oak and sound cherry
Parkway newbury mixed use town centre project with 189 residential units pakry sound oak and sound cherry
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Parkway newbury mixed use town centre project with 189 residential units pakry sound oak and sound cherry

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Parky Sound 15 x 120 X1800 oak and cherry. For the rolling out of this project the time laps between getting the floor specified and installed was 44 months.

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Parkway newbury mixed use town centre project with 189 residential units pakry sound oak and sound cherry

  1. 1. Parkway is a 29.500 SQM redevelopmentARCHITECTURE: project with mixture of retail, restaurants and 189 residential units in an under-utilised part of Newbury, UK.MAIN CONTRACTOR: 49 shops are located and designed for fashion retailers. 20% of the residential units are affordable housing. The site provides an attractive urban quarter,SUBCONTRACTOR: central in the historic city. There is a wide range of shopping and leisure facilties, new open streets and squares and a 600SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION: underground car park. Patrick Griffin, Director of Sutton Griffin Architects: "Our understanding of provincial5.000 SQM Oak & Cherry and historic towns and BDPs expertise in creating high quality architecture in retail led developments have played a critical role. This development is exactly what Newbury needs to reinvigorate the town for the benefit of its local community as well as attracting visitors to boost the local economy."

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