The 1960’s shopping centre worked around a dated mall concept with retail units facing in to the site instead of exploiting the fantastic open square and vistas towards the Cathedral.
We were appointed to design significant alterations to remove structure and extend the building to activate the shop fronts on to the Cathedral facing square and create a vibrant food and beverage quarter.
A building that had been deemed to be of low architectural merit was transformed attracting a wealth of sought after retail tenants. MNP maximised the lettable potential working closely with the architect, before novating to Speller Metcalfe. As well as winning the Revo award, Salmon Harvester won the MSCI Investment award for the highest annual return. A hugely successful outcome for Worcester and Salmon.
A mixed-use development regenerating a neglected Muswell Hill site
Major redevelopment of Cheltenham town centre brings a of range leisure activities
Multi-phase alteration and extension schemes
Complex Urban Regeneration Development on behalf of St Albans and District Council