Developer reveals strategy for Victorian Woodhall Spa regeneration
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
énergie group
Competitive
Dundee, UK
Coach Gyms
£20K Basic circa
Leeds, UK
star job
Xercise4Less
Competitive
Rugby, UK
star job
Core Health & Fitness
Competitive salary plus commission
South East, UK
Everyone Active
Competitive
Wellington, Somerset

Developer reveals strategy for Victorian Woodhall Spa regeneration

Job opportunities
Core Health & Fitness
Competitive salary plus commission
location: South East, UK
Colchester Borough Council
£23,874 to £30,459
location: Colchester Northern Gateway Sports Park, United Kingdom
more jobs

Developer of Woodhall Spa’s derelict Victorian spa facility, GN Construction, is progressing with plans to restore the site in Lincolnshire, UK, as part of a £4m (US$6m, €5.5m) regeneration project.

Matthew Cull, one of the directors of GN Construction, told local media that it will be applying to change the use of the building before August, to be used as a spa again.

“This first step is to establish the principal for the the future use of the building,” said Cull. “It will also include some alterations, primarily relating to the external element of the project as well as landscaping and car parking.”

“The change of use and parking are crucial because if we do not get those, we don’t have a scheme,” added Cull.

Once the proposals are finalised, the next stage for GN Construction will be to attract investors or an existing operating company to provide finance to develop the scheme – which is expected to be complete by 2016.

Other features to be added to the area as part of the project include the addition of a third cinema screen at The Kinema in the Woods – one of the first cinemas in Britain when it opened in 1922 – and a revamped bowling green.

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Developer of Woodhall Spa’s derelict Victorian spa facility, GN Construction, is progressing with plans to restore the site in Lincolnshire, UK, as part of a £4m (US$6m, €5.5m) regeneration project.
PRO,DEV
136846_254799.jpg
fibodo Limited
fibodo Limited