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Milligan News

Apr 05, 2022

Milligan hires new Head of Development, Jon Munce

We’re thrilled to announce the appointment of ex-Queensberry and Multi Development director, Jon Munce. Jon will head up our development team, overseeing the delivery of major mixed-use projects in the UK. Jon has over 30 years of experience in the...

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Mar 31, 2022

Tarah Gear shares our work on the Gateway at Green Event in Derbyshire

Milligan’s head of marketing, Tarah Gear, shared our ambitious goals for the Gateway at PEAK yesterday as part of a University of Derby-run event. The ‘Going Green Market Place’ was held in the historic and picturesque setting of Cromford Mills...

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Mar 14, 2022

Ashford artist brings Odeon frontage to life

As we continue to work with Ashford Borough Council to find a new occupier for its retro cinema building, the marketing campaign recently took an artistic turn. Local artist Aimee Godden, owner of Gracefully Boho has created a brand new...

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Feb 14, 2022

A word from the COO

There’s been a lot going on at Milligan HQ since 2022 kicked off. Identifying and creating the right mix of uses combined with inspiring placemaking is the key to the long term revitalisation and regeneration of our towns and cities....

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Feb 08, 2022

Ashford’s retro cinema prepares for a new chapter

Our work with Ashford Borough Council has reached an exciting new milestone. We are actively seeking interested parties to repurpose the town’s former Odeon cinema. The thriving Kent town is currently undergoing a revival driven by its changing community needs...

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Dec 17, 2021

Ashford Borough Council appoints Milligan to lead a multi-disciplinary team to deliver its ‘Town Centre Reset’

We are thrilled to announce that we’ve been appointed to progress the approved Ashford Town Centre Reset Strategy that will deliver a transformative ‘town centre reset’.   Milligan was appointed following a competitive process and after assembling a multi-disciplinary team...

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Dec 13, 2021

Emma Powell joins panel for Local Government Association event: Creating resilient and revitalised high streets in the ‘New Normal’

Development Manager Emma Powell, is joining a panel for a Local Government Authority (LGA) Event today. “Creating resilient and revitalised high streets in the ‘New Normal’” will provide senior decision makers, in local government planning and regen teams with insights...

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Nov 11, 2021

The Gateway @PEAK showcased at COP26, East Midlands Regional Roadshow

Milligan’s forthcoming development on the Peak District National Park boundary, the Gateway @PEAK will be showcasing its sustainability credentials at the East Midlands COP26 Regional Roadshow, as part of its strategic partnership with the University of Derby. https://youtu.be/J6YP09nlboo Milligan and...

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Oct 07, 2021

Milligan partners with Bioregional to deliver ambitious sustainability strategy.

We're pleased to announce that we have appointed charity and social enterprise Bioregional, as a strategic partner to help deliver our corporate sustainability and ESG plans. In recent years Milligan has made commitments to put people, the planet and purpose...

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Oct 25, 2021

Milligan partners with Urban Splash at key site in Swansea’s regeneration

Milligan has announced it will work with Urban Splash to develop Swansea Central North, one of Swansea Council’s key sites in Swansea’s Regeneration Masterplan. The development is part of wider proposals for the city led by the council and Urban...

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Sep 21, 2021

The world has changed, and so have we…

With September marking a welcome return to more in-person meet ups and working in the office, we took the opportunity to create an update video about some of the things we've been working on... watch this space for part 2...

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Aug 06, 2021

A new chapter of repurposing for Birmingham’s Mailbox

We’ve been working with the Mailbox’s new owners, M7 Real Estate, to repurpose the lower level creating 50,000 sq ft of office space, to be managed by flexible and co-working provider Spaces. Home to the BBC since 2004, WSP and...

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Aug 05, 2021

Exciting redevelopment plans for Ashford town centre set for public consultation

Residents, local businesses and other stakeholders will soon be invited to comment on St Mary's Fields, a key site in Ashford Town centre where we have been working with the council to propose ambitious plans for regeneration. The scheme promises...

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Jul 13, 2021

James Lidgate shares insights at the Built Environment Networking Housing & BTR conference

James Lidgate, Milligan’s Head of Residential spoke recently as part of the Housing and Built to Rent conference hosted by Built Environment Networking. Alongside other panellists, James placed importance on ‘the art of collaboration’ which is needed to create enduring,...

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Jul 07, 2021

Getting town centres and high streets back on track: Stuart Harris joins expert panel with strategic advice for local authorities

Stuart Harris recently presented alongside a panel of real estate experts to Solace (Society of Local Authority Chief Execs). Some of the country's most senior civic placemakers joined the session, which was led by Inner Circle Consulting, to listen to...

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Jul 06, 2021

Milligan supports mental health causes through The Sophie Clarke Foundation

This year, Milligan is supporting The Sophie Clarke Foundation, a charitable foundation close to our hearts and dedicated to mental wellbeing and supporting suicide prevention. Recognising the mental health benefits of painting and drawing, The Foundation has launched the “Love...

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Jul 08, 2021

Milligan strengthens asset repurposing expertise with another senior appointment

We are pleased to announce the appointment of ex-McArthurGlen property and retail operations expert David Norris, as Head of Asset Management and Operations. David brings to Milligan years of experience in opening and managing assets across Europe and North America,...

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May 05, 2021

Milligan makes key appointments to bring sector specialists in house.

We have today announced the appointments of David Rothwell as Development Director, and John Naylor as Head of Sustainability. This follows the appointment of Emma Powell who joined from U&I as Development Manager, late last year. These appointments reflect our...

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Milligan hires new Head of Development, Jon Munce

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We’re thrilled to announce the appointment of ex-Queensberry and Multi Development director, Jon Munce.

Jon will head up our development team, overseeing the delivery of major mixed-use projects in the UK. Jon has over 30 years of experience in the construction and property industry both in the UK and overseas. He has been heavily involved in major urban regeneration schemes including Victoria Square in Belfast, Southgate in Bath, Friars Walk in Newport, The Glassworks in Barnsley and Heart of The City II in Sheffield.

Stuart Harris, Milligan COO welcomed Jon to the team by saying “Jon and I have worked together for over 17 years, first at Multi Development then as co-founders of Queensberry. He’s delivered many complex schemes over the years and I’m thrilled that he’s joined the team here at Milligan. We are working on some very exciting projects as we diversify our expertise to meet the challenges of creating developments that deliver value for investors and communities.

“In the past few years, we’ve grown our business working alongside local authorities, banks and owners to define the next generation of mixed-use destinations and the roles of retail, leisure and residential within them. Jon’s experience will ensure we find the best and most sustainable methods of delivering these projects on time and on budget.”

Jon Munce said “Milligan is well known for its innovative approach to repositioning and development. It’s a unique sort of company with the knowledge and experience of a big corporate, but the agility, collaborative nature, creativity and innovative approach of a young start-up.

“I’m looking forward to working with a great group of people and being part of a company with big ambitions. Our project the Gateway, near Chesterfield in the Peak District National Park will change the face of tourism in the UK and pave the way as a Net Zero exemplar.”

Jon joined the company at the end of March 2022.

Tarah Gear shares our work on the Gateway at Green Event in Derbyshire

Mar 31, 2022
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Milligan’s head of marketing, Tarah Gear, shared our ambitious goals for the Gateway at PEAK yesterday as part of a University of Derby-run event. The ‘Going Green Market Place’ was held in the historic and picturesque setting of Cromford Mills in Derbyshire. Tarah was joined by a host of speakers sharing ideas and best practice for their green agendas.

The event was hosted by the University of Derby’s Low Carbon Business Network, which supports businesses in embracing the shift towards a low carbon economy and helping them understand policies and practical ways to incorporate green practices into their operations and business models.

Tarah shared details of the scheme at Gateway and talked about how purpose, a focus on tomorrow’s customer and how having ambitious goals when it comes to sustainable tourism are driving forces within the project.

Ashford artist brings Odeon frontage to life

Mar 14, 2022
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As we continue to work with Ashford Borough Council to find a new occupier for its retro cinema building, the marketing campaign recently took an artistic turn. Local artist Aimee Godden, owner of Gracefully Boho has created a brand new mural on the front of the building depicting iconic cinematic motifs and key dates in its history. It has been great to work with Aimee who is one of Ashford’s most loved mural artists and is commissioned regularly for paintings in Ashford town centre.

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Ashford Borough Council, Cradick and Milligan are continuing to explore opportunities on breathing a new lease of life into the Odeon building and are actively seeking interested parties to develop new uses for the versatile space. If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Emma@milliganltd.com

 

A word from the COO

Feb 14, 2022
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There’s been a lot going on at Milligan HQ since 2022 kicked off. Identifying and creating the right mix of uses combined with inspiring placemaking is the key to the long term revitalisation and regeneration of our towns and cities. A balanced mix of uses based on the demands and needs of a particular place will not always be the most profitable in the short term so collaboration between the public and private sectors will be key to providing lasting value for both communities and investors. Residential has an important role to play but it’s not the panacea. Providing different types of residential accommodation are also an important part of the solution. Economic, Social, Environmental, and Commercial value need to evaluated as part of viability equation.

Today we’re working with local authorities in Ashford, Chesterfield, Sunderland and Swansea with the central theme of creating safe, rich, unique destinations and experiences which rekindle civic pride. We’re also working with Shopping Centre owners to identify options and deliverable solutions to ‘right-size’ their retail and leisure propositions. Often this will mean redeveloping or repurposing parts or all of the asset.

In 2021, we asked for feedback from those in the industry who know us well. Everyone recognised our evolution to rounded mixed-use developers with a passion for retail and leisure. They also recognised our expertise, creativity, and innovation, the strength of our team, and our collaborative approach. Last year, we made a number of new hires, helping to diversify and add depth to our team. We want to be an inspiring place to work and an environment that promotes integrity, respect, and diversity.

Both retail and leisure have been through hard times recently but we’re now beginning to see the true entrepreneurial spirit of both again. Market conditions are now allowing independents and new propositions to take a foothold in the centres of our towns and cities creating an array of shops, cafes, restaurants, leisure, and cultural experiences that better reflect the identity of a place, moving us away from the clone towns of the last 20 years.

We’ve also been working hard behind the scenes to make our sustainability policies more accountable. With the UN’s SDGs and science based targets at their heart, our ESG plans are driving decision making in a way like never before. Sustainable, low-impact and community based concepts like CreativeTrade are our vision for the future of ‘in person’ commerce and retail. Our work at the Gateway at PEAK is a flagship project, not only because of its commitment to Net Zero but because it exists to reduce carbon emissions in the Peak District National Park, where growing tourism has become a problem.

For us, ESG is not just about asking how we should take on and deliver a new development, but fundamentally asking why.

In a new world where we like many others are playing our part in how we build back better, our modus operandi continues… Balancing wisdom and curiosity, creativity and innovation and deploying partnerships to best effect, we create inspiring places with heart.

To stay up to date with our news and project developments, please follow our social channels… or feel free to drop the team a line to say ‘hi’. We’d love to hear from you.

Ashford’s retro cinema prepares for a new chapter

Feb 08, 2022
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Our work with Ashford Borough Council has reached an exciting new milestone. We are actively seeking interested parties to repurpose the town’s former Odeon cinema.

The thriving Kent town is currently undergoing a revival driven by its changing community needs and younger and more diverse population. The building itself, which has also been a Mecca Bingo, was opened in 1936 and was designed by Andrew Mather, who was responsible for designing many of the other Odeon cinemas across the UK.

The plan is to retain and enhance the front of the building facing the High Street to create an active entrance and frontage to the Lower High Street. The rear of the building which houses the old auditorium will be demolished and replaced by a new extension that provides a modern, flexible space which will open up and enhance views to the iconic Grade I listed St Mary’s Church.

Stuart Harris, Chief Operating Officer of Milligan, said: “This is an exciting and unique opportunity for Ashford and the right operator. The Odeon has so much history and is located in the heart of the town centre. We hope that the inspiration for its future will build on this heritage and create a thriving new community that brings back the life and excitement that the building once had.

“The beauty of the building is it provides an exciting opportunity for a range of operators; craft or cultural destination, hospitality, co-working, wellness or leisure with retail and commerce woven through to put their own unique stamp on the building.

“Ashford’s economy is growing and it’s underpinned by a positive culture of enterprise.

“There’s plenty going on in the town. Venues like The Coachworks are already blending dining, drinking, co-working, art, music and culture and creating much needed communities out of historic buildings. Elwick Place and the Curious Brewery are proving that Ashford is at the forefront of modern living and building local brands.

“The Odeon opportunity could do that in the heart of the town centre and return a much-loved and repurposed building back to Ashford for everyone to enjoy,” added Stuart.

Cllr Nathan Iliffe, Ashford Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Regeneration and Corporate Property, said: “The former Odeon is arguably one of the most iconic buildings in Ashford and certainly one our community feels passionately about. Having it stand proud again as an important part of the town, with new and exciting reasons to visit, is going to benefit everyone in the area.”

Who to contact
If you are interested to learn more about this exciting opportunity, please contact Alex Standen at Cradick – email astanden@cradick.co.uk or call 07770 935263.

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Ashford Borough Council appoints Milligan to lead a multi-disciplinary team to deliver its ‘Town Centre Reset’

Dec 17, 2021
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We are thrilled to announce that we’ve been appointed to progress the approved Ashford Town Centre Reset Strategy that will deliver a transformative ‘town centre reset’.

 

Milligan was appointed following a competitive process and after assembling a multi-disciplinary team of placemaking experts especially for the project. Allies and Morrison, CACI, Partnering Regeneration Development (PRD) and Gleeds will bring together specialist skills in architecture, urban design, place identity, data, insight and social value creation.

Milligan will lead the team establishing an action plan with short and medium-term development, public realm and placemaking improvements helping Ashford Borough Council achieve its ambitious master plan, coined as the ‘reset’.

 

Ashford town centre finds itself at an important crossroad in its history. Its forward-thinking council has already defined several themes that are now shaping its places, destinations and the uses available in the town for its residents, workers, visitors and communities. The declining role of retail, changing needs of residential and type of cultural offers available will be key drivers of the action plan.

 

Paul Hanegraaf, Milligan’s Creative Navigator said, “Ashford has nurtured a very special collection of boutique places – eateries, retail and leisure hang-outs. There are emerging brands and unique finds everywhere you look. The key will be to amplify this creative heart and entrepreneurial spirit, give it structure and stability within the backdrop of a historic and well-connected town.

 

“Everything coming together in Ashford is bespoke to the fabric of the community. That’s the key to creating enduring places in a post-pandemic, post-online and post-consumerism destination. That’s why it was so important for us to assemble the very best minds and the very best thinking to get under the skin of what makes Ashford special and deliver an action plan that creates enduring social value.

 

“We’re excited about this type of innovation and think that Ashford is making a bold move that other local authorities should follow.”

 

Ashford Borough Council Portfolio Holder for Regeneration & Corporate Property, Councillor Nathan Iliffe said: “We’ve been listening carefully to what our residents and businesses have been saying over the years. Change in the town centre during the pandemic has been a catalyst for long-awaited transformation, allowing us to drive forward our ambitious plans for a thriving future.

 

“Our businesses and residents have shown true resilience over the last 18 months, and now it is time to focus on creating a town centre for everyone. Milligan have assembled a unique and skilled team who will ensure we are putting our communities needs at the forefront of our regeneration plans.”

 

The initial strategic work which will set-out the business plan for Ashford’s town centre is due to be completed by the project team in March 2022.

 

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Jane Manning – Director at Allies and Morrison, Emma Powell – Development Manager at Milligan, Jo Fox – ABC Development & Regeneration Manager, Mark Chaplin – ABC Placemaking Team Leader, Emily Heritage – ABC Regeneration Officer (Town Centre), Cllr Nathan Iliffe – ABC Portfolio Holder for Regeneration & Corporate Property, Paul Hanegraaf – Creative Navigator at Milligan, Andrew Osborne – ABC Economic Development Manager

Emma Powell joins panel for Local Government Association event: Creating resilient and revitalised high streets in the ‘New Normal’

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Development Manager Emma Powell, is joining a panel for a Local Government Authority (LGA) Event today. “Creating resilient and revitalised high streets in the ‘New Normal’” will provide senior decision makers, in local government planning and regen teams with insights and helpful examples from a number of perspectives.

 

Speaking after our friends at research consultancy Trajectory, who will discuss some of the key trends to watch out for, Emma will be giving the developer’s perspective, talking about how ESG is changing the way we work with local authorities and bringing some examples to life through our work with Ashford Borough Council.

 

 

The Gateway @PEAK showcased at COP26, East Midlands Regional Roadshow

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Milligan’s forthcoming development on the Peak District National Park boundary, the Gateway @PEAK will be showcasing its sustainability credentials at the East Midlands COP26 Regional Roadshow, as part of its strategic partnership with the University of Derby.

Milligan and landowner Birchall Properties have formed a working group with the University of Derby to bring the latest applied thinking in sustainable tourism, circular economies, data collection and monitoring, geosciences and biodiversity planning to the project.

The Gateway @PEAK is a great example of the Net Zero Carbon developments being discussed at COP26 in Glasgow.

At the heart of the development is a Zero Carbon transport hub. Hydrogen powered vehicles will connect to a travel network that has the potential to remove over 500,000 car journeys from the park each year, drastically reducing carbon emissions and improving the visitor experience for everyone.

The travel network will also open access to thousands of park attractions, spreading the economic visitor benefit and relieving destinations that become overwhelmed during peak seasons. Planning permission for 2,800 car parking spaces and 5,000 overnight beds has already been granted to the Gateway at PEAK which is situated on 300 acres of fully reclaimed land.

The COP26 East Midlands Roadshow takes place 11th November, during the international summit in Glasgow. In the virtual conference, delegates will be able to browse other projects from the region and learn more about the Gateway’s ambition to create a blueprint for the sustainable delivery of mixed-use ‘smart’ campuses.

Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the College of Science and Engineering, Prof Chris Bussell, said “The University will help the Gateway @PEAK project team define sustainable tourism, bringing innovation to this landmark project for the region, and for the UK’s National Parks.

“Our research and experience in building digital twins and data sciences will give the project a credible data strategy, which is critical to it delivering its sustainability goals. The collaboration offers university students an exciting, local project which is breaking new ground, and the project itself access to the latest thinking and research.”

Milligan partners with Bioregional to deliver ambitious sustainability strategy.

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We’re pleased to announce that we have appointed charity and social enterprise Bioregional, as a strategic partner to help deliver our corporate sustainability and ESG plans.

In recent years Milligan has made commitments to put people, the planet and purpose at the core of our operation, adopting ESG policies to lead the way on the path to Net Zero Carbon.

By partnering with Bioregional, a charity and social enterprise founded in 1994, we are securing this commitment, developing our own targets and frameworks which will go beyond the regulatory minimum, consider the long impact of developments, and change the focus of decision making.

One of our major developments is the Gateway at PEAK, an ambitious project which aims to be an exemplar in sustainable tourism, pushing boundaries in construction and operations as it welcomes visitors to the Peak District National Park. The key purpose of the Gateway is to act as a transport interchange, transitioning people from their cars to less polluting modes of transport as they travel onward into the park.

John Naylor, Milligan’s head of sustainability said; “Today ESG and an urgent focus on sustainability is rightly at the top of all agendas. It’s always been a consideration for us, but now it’s central to decision making. At PEAK we’re working with the University of Derby to develop innovative thinking which focusses on the whole life of the development. The key principle behind the development is to protect the natural environment too. Here we are not only considering the how, but also the why. Gateway exists to reduce carbon emissions.

“Appointing Bioregional means we will be operating with full transparency at a corporate level and ensuring that data is available for us to report on our progress and achieve accreditation. As well as reducing embodied and operational carbon we will look to develop nature-based solutions which benefit communities for a long time to come.”

Claire Brady, Sustainability Consultant at Bioregional commented on the aligned interests of Bioregional and Milligan; “Milligan is committed to revitalising town centres and mixed-use destinations, redefining their purpose for today’s communities. That principle speaks to the heart of the work we do at Bioregional – living within the means of our planet and creating social value by prioritising people, health and wellness.

Pictured: John Naylor (Milligan) Claire Brady, Chloe Joyeux, Alice Levett (Bioregional)

 

About Bioregional

Bioregional was founded as a charity and social enterprise in 1994 by Sue Riddlestone and Pooran Desai, two environmental entrepreneurs based in South London, who wanted to develop more sustainable ways of living.

We created our One Planet Living framework in 2003 from our experiences of planning and working with others to develop the multi-award-winning BedZED eco-village in South London, where our headquarters is still based.

Using this learning, we provide a range of sustainability consultancy services that make it easier for people to live sustainable lives within the planet’s boundaries by:

  • helping major developers create pioneering eco-communities
  • supporting businesses, including retailers, to create sustainable products and services

Our on-the-ground experience and creative thinking now spans five continents.

www.bioregional.com

Milligan partners with Urban Splash at key site in Swansea’s regeneration

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We couldn’t be more excited to bring this to the heart of Swansea and give young brands, makers and designers a physical home to support their online presence but also to give shoppers a taste of the new retail.

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Milligan has announced it will work with Urban Splash to develop Swansea Central North, one of Swansea Council’s key sites in Swansea’s Regeneration Masterplan.

The development is part of wider proposals for the city led by the council and Urban Splash across six other sites, worth £750m which will transform the city centre and develop new homes and attractions along the coast and riverfront.

The location, directly linked to the new Swansea Arena development being developed by Swansea Council, is an important catalyst site in the city centre regeneration of Swansea. Swansea is fast becoming one of the most popular places to live in the UK, thanks to its vibrant waterfront, urban lifestyle and beautiful coastline and beaches.

This new 5.5 acre lifestyle development is positioned alongside the historic market, adjacent to the Quadrant Shopping Centre, and includes the former St David’s Shopping Centre. The partners hope to bring forward plans for commercial and residential spaces.

The spaces will draw on Milligan’s experience of curating markets, most notably at Camden Lock, and bring local brands, makers and designers into one eclectic space. With the rise of digital direct-to-consumer platforms like Etsy, customers today value shopping directly with the makers and celebrating their craft.

Paul Hanegraaf, Creative Navigator at Milligan said; “The concept for CreativeTrade was born as a response to the rapidly transforming retail marketplace, whilst it has taken until now for a critical mass of customers to decide they want maker experiences and what they buy to be home-grown, ethically sourced, made to last and benefitting of their local community.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this to the heart of Swansea and give young brands, makers and designers a physical home to support their online presence but also to give shoppers a taste of the new retail. Inevitably, it’s experience-led, but speaks to the discerning customer about provenance and creates social value in many ways.”

David Warburton of Urban Splash added: “We are absolutely thrilled to be developing plans with our partners for the regeneration of Swansea, and look forward to working alongside Milligan to realise our proposals and create new places in which people can live, work and play.”

Cllr Rob Stewart, Swansea Council Leader, said: “The regeneration of these key sites will help take Swansea to the next level by creating thousands more jobs for local people, hundreds more new homes for local families and a mixed-use, vibrant city centre destination with the footfall it needs to thrive.

“Although subject to consultation in future to ensure people’s views are taken on board, the early proposals will help realise these goals, while also giving the stunning Civic Centre site on our world class bay back to Swansea people and visitors to the city.”

Early ideas for Swansea central north and the further sites being developed by Urban Splash have been proposed and will now be worked up in more detail before being put forward to local people for their feedback and help to shape the plans.

 

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