Inspection impending for Leicestershire development

Inspectors are due to visit the site of a former leisure centre in Hinckley, Leicestershire. Works are underway to transform the brownfield site that has been disused for five years into a residential area.

The leisure centre based at the corner of Trinity Lane and Coventry Road was demolished in 2016, leaving the land empty. In 2019, plans were approved by local councillors for a new complex called Hinckley Square to be constructed. It gave the green light for two blocks with 33 apartments over four floors to be built, along with seven houses.

Architects in Nantwich, Hinckley and other UK areas can help developers ensure their plans will pass inspections with regulators. With knowledge of local building regulations and experience with council planners and other authorities, professional architects can offer advice and insight on projects.

Green 4 Developments has commented that the project is currently undertaking background work in preparation for the construction phase.

Planners are visiting the site to obtain samples of ground materials present to help determine how home foundations must be built. A new eco-friendly system will be used to construct Hinckley Square that is unique to the developer. According to Leicestershire Live, Green 4 Developments commented:

“We have a very new, revolutionary, rapid construction system that we’re launching into the UK, but that’s all I can say at this time, for confidentiality reasons. It really is a revolutionary system in building and construction, not just for houses.”

Building works are expected to begin on the site in 2022.

Posted by Mark
October 11, 2021

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