Phase 1 of Llangollen Development Completed
Pickstock Construction has handed over a new 45,000sqft print works in Llangollen to its client Dobson and Crowther Ltd. The new facility will enable Dobson and Crowther to remain competitive in its industry, helping to support the future of its business.
Following a six month construction programme, partial occupation was handed over to Dobson and Crowther in July of this year to enable relocation of equipment to commence. Now that practical completion has taken place Dobson and Crowther will complete its move.
The new print works formed a larger development proposal, approved by Denbighshire Council in December 2012. The proposal, prepared and submitted by J-Ross Developments Ltd detailed plans for Dobson & Crowther to be relocated to the new purpose built facility at Climedw, on the outskirts of Llangollen and subsequent construction of a new food store and car park on the existing print works site.
Pickstock Construction will start on the second phase of the development, to build the new food store in January 2015.
The food store development will create 130 new jobs for the area and offer a convenient alternative for local residents to shop without having to travel to nearby towns.
Jefferson Sheard Architects has published its annual 16/17 report which reflects on the past 12 months progression in sectors such as student accommodation and the public sector, as well as highlighting key projects of significance.
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