Planning permission granted for Swansea Central

Full planning permission has now been granted by Swansea Council for the £125 million first phase of the Swansea Central development.

A key feature of the transformational city centre scheme is a new urban park – the first to be created in the city since Victorian times.

With Buckingham Group now having been selected as the preferred contractor, work on the 3,500-capacity indoor venue and conference centre is expected to start next spring.


New Leasings for Baron's Quay

H&M, The Entertainer and Sports Direct have taken units in Barons Quay, Northwich.

All three are due to open this autumn – with H&M’s new store being 22,000 sqft and Sports Direct’s featuring an enhanced fit out.


Green light for Chester Northgate CPO

The Chester Northgate scheme – development managed by Rivington Land on behalf of Cheshire West & Chester Council – has now secured the government’s green light for its Compulsory Purchase Order.

Picturehouse, Tapas Revolution, Zizzi’s and Cosy Club have been signed up for the first phase.


Phase 1 Plans for Swansea Central Submitted

Detailed plans by Swansea Council's development manager, Rivington Land, for Phase 1 of the 'Swansea Central' scheme have been submitted. This £100 million first part of the development incorporates a 3,500-capacity digital venue to be run by ATG.

The development will also include a coastal park together with parking on the southern side of Oystermouth Road, plus further parking, commercial and residential uses on the north side. The sites will be united and linked with the city centre by a broad pedestrian bridge.

The development – which already has outline consent – will also see the start of enabling works this month.


Event management at Baron's Quay

Following on from the recent Charlatans’ events, Rivington Land’s active asset management at Barons Quay, Northwich now includes arranging and promoting events which are providing extra reasons for people to visit the centre – such as this new sandy beach designed to provide both a fun and appropriate attraction to the centre’s inviting waterside setting.