Work starts on £10million scheme designed by Lichfield architects

An artist's impression of the new Connah's Quay development

An artist's impression of the new Connah's Quay development

Work has begun on a £10million regeneration scheme designed by Lichfield architects Brownhill Hayward Brown.

The 72,000 sq ft development at Connah’s Quay near Chester is being transformed into a modern retail facility that will include a 48,000sq ft supermarket together with a further 13 retail units.

Bird Street-based Brownhill Hayward Brown architects was commissioned by St Modwen Developments to create the new community facility which is being constructed by Morgan Ashurst.

Andrew Hayward, Senior Partner, said:

“The scheme will bring a new lease of life to this important area of North Wales.  It is always satisfying to be involved in such positive regeneration projects.”

Connah’s Quay is expected to be completed later this year.

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