Kier was selected as Asset Manager and Development Partner for Test Valley Borough Council to enhance asset management services within their existing estate and stimulate regeneration and development opportunities.
The obligations include rent collection, re-gearing leases, increasing occupation levels, refurbishing old buildings and increasing employment opportunities.
The contract also gives Kier exclusive development rights across the 200 acre park. An annual fee is payable linked to the Council’s annual income.
All plots will be disposed of on 150 year leases with an agreed ground rent geared to the full market rental value.
A local office was opened on the Business Park to ensure Kier has a presence on site. Through active asset management and developing vacant plots, Kier’s aim is to increase the Council’s income and regenerate a key core employment area for Andover.
Kier has completed multiple speculative schemes over the years. All redevelopment projects provide a pipeline of development to fulfil the future occupational requirements of both existing and new occupiers on the Walworth Business Park.
One scheme (Evolution 50) was let to Laleham Health & Beauty. Laleham Health & Beauty will be moving into the 51,626 sq ft unit built as part of a joint venture between Kier Property and Test Valley Borough Council. It is the first development of its kind in Andover for more than 20 years.
The move will see the company expand its existing operations in Alton and will help to support the local economy and bring new jobs to the borough.
" This is an exciting time for Laleham Health & Beauty and we're looking forward to expanding our operations into this superb building in the heart of one of the south's best business parks "finance director Laleham Health & Beauty
Delivering a new secondary school on the Great Western Park Development in Didcot, ensuring it was completed in time for the start of the new school year, creating extensive outdoor sports facilities as well as a building for 1,200 students and working alongside contractors delivering housing projects.
Developing more than three million sq ft of award winning speculative industrial space, with sizes ranging from small start-up to national distribution units through Kier Property's Trade City and Logistics City brands.
A step change in the way DNO capital works and connections are delivered. Together with UK Power Networks and our Alliance partners, we deliver the improvements necessary to achieve OFGEM-mandated outputs in Customer Service, Safety, Sustainability and Network Health and Reliability.
Designing and building the UK’s first dedicated centre for cancer immunology research to bring together world-leading cancer scientists and enable interdisciplinary teams to expand clinical trials and develop more lifesaving drugs.
Working with Surrey County Council and the supply chain to deliver £120m of work for £100m on the fourth busiest road network in the UK, dramatically improving the condition of the roads in the county, driving down the cost of materials and increasing investment in new techniques and equipment.
The Ogilvie (formerly known as the Sanger Sequencing Building) provides 4,430m² of flexible laboratory and office space and an integrated energy centre which will feed future developments on the greenfield site.
Identifying this 20.5 acre site in Reading as a strategic development opportunity, delivering a retail and leisure scheme including new homes, a hotel, retail space, car showrooms and industrial units, trailing new innovations and generating 263 jobs and £138m of social value.
The redevelopment of Wexham Park Hospital Women’s Services consisted of the remodelling of the Maternity and Gynaecology Facilities. This forming brand new, state of the art facilities for Slough and the surrounding areas.
Regenerating Britain's oldest market in 10 weeks, collaborating with a wide range of supply chain partners, engaging with the local residents, businesses and traders and bringing a delicate touch to a much loved historical site.
Partnering Surrey County Council with an innovative scheme that brings vulnerable people in social care into the workplace, supporting these candidates to be able to carry out basic highway works in the community and helping tackle the national social care time bomb.
Supporting the power requirement for ongoing Brighton Main Line signalling renewal works. We installed a Westplex System in order to upgrade a key commuter line to increase the quantity of trains able to utilise the line.
The design and construction of a highly sustainable Passivhaus ‘Plus’ 1,400m2 office building. Laid out over three floors to accommodate up to 125 people, providing local office space for individuals and small businesses.