£50m village centre plan for Waverley



Hundreds of jobs are set to be created under plans for a £50 million office, shops and leisure development on the site of the former Orgreave coking plant.
The complex at Waverley – now a vast 740-acre brownfield site – could include a supermarket, medical centre, bus station, hotel, gym, farmers’ market and restaurants.
The 12-acre scheme would create much-needed village centre for the reclaimed site, which has 600 homes and a pub.
It is developed by landowner Harworth Group and Dransfield Properties, the firm behind the £50m Fox Valley shopping centre in Stocksbridge. A planning... read more

 
31 January 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 33
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