Topping out at Park Place

The final steel beam goes in at Park Place, part of a £50 million scheme in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.

The topping out ceremony took place last week in slightly damp weather conditions but spirits were high as the beam was craned in to place once all who attended had signed the beam.

Stevenage Member of Parliament, Stephen McPartland who was in attendance said,

Park Place marks another important step forward in the regeneration of Stevenage town centre. The £50m development demonstrates the confidence that investors have in the future of the town.

Park Place is an exciting regeneration scheme in the heart of Stevenage, comprising of 202 luxury Manhattan Suites, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and newly refurbished high-quality retail units to the ground floor.

It will deliver much needed mixed-use regeneration, and is set to kick-start wider urban renewal in the area. Aspirational, open plan apartments overlooking the Town Centre Gardens, above an attractive, contemporary retail environment at ground level, will offer a positive urban lifestyle choice in Stevenage. The scheme partly converts existing buildings, and extends them upwards and outwards to maximise their potential. This reflects a sensitive and sustainable approach to regeneration – selectively reusing parts of the building and building new where that makes sense.

If you are interested in buying an apartment or require further information, please contact Park Place directly on 01438 740 750 or email sorahya.jenkins@parkplace-stevenage.co.uk.

The Ashe team: (L-R) Andrew Pacey, James Brandon, Lucie Esson, Phil West, Kevin Morris and Steve Cockram 

(L-R) Alan Hubbard (MBU Capital), Stephen McPartland (MP), Ajaz Ahmed (MBU Capital) and Steve Cockram (Ashe)