CCTN January Meeting Presentation

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The presentation by Mike Hayden, Head of Regeneration for Chesterfield Council from the January 2013 meeting of the Chesterfield Construction Trades Network.

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CCTN January Meeting Presentation

  1. 1. REGENERATION INCHESTERFIELD Construction Forum January 2013
  2. 2. Chesterfield – The Place
  3. 3. Chesterfield – Key ChallengesLegacy of coalfield and industrial declineManufacturing closures in last 10 years Bryan Donkins (relocates) - 24 acres Chesterfield Cylinders - 25 acres Arnold Laver - 10 acres Dema Glass - 25 acres Trebor Bassett - 6 acres Robinsons - 22 acres Staveley Works Corridor - 370 acres GKN Sheepbridge - 12 acresOver 500 acres of redundant industrial landProductivity - GDP 75% of UK averageProperty marketSkills and youth unemploymentRoad congestion
  4. 4. Chesterfield – AdvantagesSub-regional centre for northern Derbyshire - 48,000 jobs, 20,000in commutersClose to major centres of Sheffield, Nottingham, DerbyGateway to Peak DistrictTransport links – M1, Midland Mainline, A61Strong Town Centre - ranked 6th in the East Midlands, low vacancyrates, independent offerWealthy catchment – 1.1 millionQuality of life
  5. 5. Chesterfield – Modern Awakening?• New football stadium and Tesco Extra - £40m – completed 2010• Casa Hotel – 100 bedroom 4* hotel - £20m – completed 2011• Market Hall redevelopment - £4m - 2013• Chesterfield Waterside – 1,500 homes, 30,000sqm office - £340 million – start 2013• Northern Gateway – town centre development - £50 m - 2015• Markham Vale – 85ha commercial/ business park – on site• Peak Resort - £300 million tourist leisure resort - imminent• National recognition - Regeneration and Renewal Awards 2011 – 2nd to the Olympic Park• Town centre – 3rd lowest vacancy rate in UK• New business formation – growth above UK average• Housing Growth Plans – 7600 new homes 2011 – 2031• Former Tesco Site – New HQ for Go Outdoors plus a new store 2013
  6. 6. Former Dema Glass site – 2010
  7. 7. Casa Hotel – Lockoford LaneFormer Car Auction site100 bed hotel with function &conferencing facilitiesHQ offices for Global Brands7 storey building on gateway site350 jobsOpened – Nov 2010
  8. 8. Chesterfield WatersideInnovative public-private sector partnership£340 million development50th largest regeneration project in UKMasterplan • -1,500 Houses & apartments • -30,000 sq.m. office space • -Canal basin • -Shops, restaurants & leisureOutline planning consent secured 2010£2.4 million GPF funding for canal link - 2012On site mid-2013
  9. 9. Chesterfield Town Centre Masterplan Vision for the future: expansion and improving quality of offer. 8 key development projects: Northern Gateway Spire Neighbourhood Station Approach Railway Terrace Lordsmill Square West Bars Gateway Civic Quarter Town Wall
  10. 10. Northern Gateway •Anchor for north side of Town Centre •Retail led mixed use redevelopment including foodstore, retail, restaurants, cinema, 85 new homes, 700 new car parking spaces, offices, new public space •Wilson Bowden - development partner - June 2012. •Currently seeking occupiers •Attract £40 m of additional spend •Place Chesterfield in the top 100 centres in the UK.
  11. 11. Market Hall RefurbishmentGrade II Listed Building Before… …After1980s refit – datedIncreasing vacanciesMulti levelPoor lift accessProposals: • Glazed roof – atrium • New market stalls • New lifts • Assembly Rooms • Gallery • Offices£4.3 million project£1.8 million ERDFStarted October 2012Complete autumn 2013
  12. 12. Markham Vale200 acre former colliery siteRestorationNew motorway junctionIndustrial, office and warehouse park265,000 sq. metres of spaceUp to 5,000 jobsPart of Sheffield City RegionEnterprise Zone
  13. 13. Peak Resort - BirchallAll-weather tourist resortFacilities will include: Visitor accommodation • 212 apart-hotel condominium • 250 woodland lodges • 26-bed golf hotel World class golf facilities • 18 hole championship course • 8 hole practice course • Driving range 300 acres park and woodland Sports injury clinic Indoor climate controlled water sports, adventure and other leisure Three phases - 3,000 jobs Centred on unique Ecodome Detailed planning permission
  14. 14. Staveley Works Corridor150ha of former industrial landSite remediation neededConnected to M1River and canal corridorsPreparing Area Action PlanWorking with landownersLong term – 15-20 years
  15. 15. Local Supply Chain,Employment and Training •Corporate priority •Promoting opportunity for local people and businesses to benefit from regeneration activity – commitment secured through planning process •Meet the Buyer days to engage the local supply chain •Partnership approaches with Jobcentre Plus and Chesterfield College •Events held for Market Hall, Turning point, Sheffield Road, Foolow Court

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