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Subsea 7

Construction has started on engineering contractor Subsea 7’s new offices in Brighton Road. The £39million scheme will create 120,000 sq ft of office space which will house up to 780 employees. Once completed Subsea 7 will be an environmentally sustainable building, generating its own power from a large photovoltaic solar farm on the roof and further electricity via an efficient gas fuelled combined heat and power unit.

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Sutherland House

Developer Criterion Capital is converting the 11-storey building, in Brighton Road, into 128 one and two-bedroom homes specifically for the private rental sector. The ground floor of the former office block will be retained for retail use.

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Sutton Station

A 1.3million scheme of improvements is in progress to transform Sutton Station into a ‘gateway’ to the town. The project, carried out by Sutton Council in partnership with Transport for London, Network Rail and Southern Railway, includes upgrading station facilities with additional bike racks, an electronic bus countdown and a new side entrance linking directly to Quadrant House offices, which opened in October. Outside a number of public realm improvements are being introduced to make the station more accessible and safer. A civic clock, new signage and a revamp of existing retail units is also planned.

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Sitting at the north end of the High Street the old gas holders site is to be transformed into a landmark development.

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Lodge Place

Based in Lodge Place, just off Throwley Way, Windsor House is a mixed use development comprising 27 flats on the upper floors of the part six-storey building, with office accommodation on the first floor and a ground floor retail unit.

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Included in the scheme is a dedicated tram stop and transport hub for the proposed tram link extension which Sutton Council is lobbying for.

New owners Lumina Real Estate Capital are upgrading the 126,000 sq ft mall, creating a new entrance, bigger shop units and two new shops fronting the High Street, one of which has been taken by TK Maxx and is due to open later this year. The revamped centre is looking to attract top retailers currently missing from the town centre.

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The new tower will be flanked by two smaller buildings - one incorporating a link to the main tower. It will combine a mix of one, two and three-bedroom residential units as well as shops, restaurants, leisure, office space and a hotel.

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A striking 22-storey tower sits at the heart of CNM Estates’ landmark redevelopment of Sutton’s South Point offices.

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L&Q Group

L&Q Group’s development in Sutton Court Road will create 96 one and two-bedroom apartments for the shared ownership and private rental markets. The 14-storey building, due for completion in March 2017, will include a commercial unit kiosk, with disabled parking and cycle storage at ground level. The upper levels of the tower block will be constructed in a reinforced concrete frame with rain screen cladding and curtain walling.

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SuttonSuperbowl/ Premier Inn

The £50million scheme features a new Sainsbury’s supermarket with 364 parking spaces together with 186 apartments fronting on to High Street and Vale Road. LXB Properties are also creating a new public square surrounded by shops and restaurants.

The former bowling alley in St Nicholas Way is set to become a 127-bed hotel. Premier Inn has acquired the site and has planning consent for a five-storey building with the ground floor converted to a restaurant. The £13million scheme will create up to 70 jobs and address a shortage of hotel accommodation in the town centre.

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Burger King site

Planning consent has been granted for a mixed use scheme on the site of the former Burger King drivethrough restaurant at the northern end of the High Street. The 0.52 acre site has planning permission for a building of up to six storeys with ground floor commercial units and 40 one, two and threebedroom flats as well as 26 parking spaces.

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Develop Sutton is a promotional initiative funded by Successful Sutton. Information correct at time of publication. May 2015.

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