Birmingham based St. Modwen Properties has commissioned Anglo Holt Construction to redevelop the latest phase in the regeneration of the former Sunblest Bakery at Woodingdean near Brighton.

A pre let of four buildings and the development of two speculative  distribution units has boosted Anglo Holt’s order book by £3.4 million and represents the company’s first instruction from St. Modwen the countries largest regeneration specialist.

The phased 10 acre brownfield regeneration scheme created by the demolition of a former Sunblest Bakery complex demanded extensive ground works and piling and will see Anglo Holt deliver 37,383 sq ft of distribution  space in a 30 week contract.

“We are delighted to be working with Britain’s foremost industrial workspace regeneration specialist in breathing new life and a new use into a well located business park. Projects of this type create innovative solutions to deliver a cost effective result and fit well into our overall skills base in the distribution sector with recent new build logistics hubs  for companies such as UK Mail and Euro Car Parts.” said Anglo Holt director Tony Wehby.

Building design and construction methods and materials were specified to achieve a “Very Good” BREEAM assessment rating for best practice in sustainable design and measurement of the buildings environmental performance. Ecological and noise impact studies were carried out by Anglo Holt’s West Bromwich based in house planning consultancy team for the installation of a power generation wind turbine.

Anglo Holt Construction

Angela Blakeway

Tel: 0121 524 2712

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