A selection of developments completed by the Premcor directors under their previous employment.The individual directors were responsible for originating, managing and delivering the strategy on these schemes from start to finish.
60 London Wall, London.
A 350,000 sq ft prime City of London Grade A office and retail development working with La Salle IM. Planning consent has been received, the scheme is currently on site and due to complete in Q1 2020
Howick Place, Victoria SW1.
An office led mixed-use development close to Victoria Station in a joint venture with Doughty Hanson. 135,000 sq ft of office space, 23 private residential apartments, 10 affordable units
49 - 51 Conduit Street.
A complete redevelopment of a 1960’s office building to provide new prime retail and office space on the corner of Savile Row and Conduit Street. 24,000 sq ft of office space, 8,000 sq ft of prime retail space.
Hampton Inn, Stanstead Airport Terminal 1.
Site acquired from MAG and developed for a 350 bedroomed Hampton Inn franchised from Hilton and run as an operational Hotel, Recently sold to Legal and General.
Wessington Way, Sunderland - Sainsburys.
A site of 7 acres, previously occupied by a car showroom, was identified by Simon as a suitable location, where the owner was seeking to re-locate. A planning application for a new store was successful and a new Sainsbury’s store, which was constructed on stilts. The investment was sold.
Whitchurch, Shropshire - Sainsburys.
Simon identified the site and the lack of retail supply. Following a closed marketing campaign to the four main food store operators contracts were agreed with Sainsbury’s for a new c 50,000 sq ft gross store.
Bishop Auckland, County Durham - Sainsburys, KFC, Marstons.
A failed Band Q site promoted for mixed use anchored by a food store, the proposal was viable enough to deliver other leisure facilities to the town including a new stadium for Bishop Auckland Football Club.The new football ground and the c.100,000 sq ft Sainsbury’s store ) were completed with a KFC drive-thru restaurant and a Marstons public house. The Bishop Auckland project was funded by Aviva.
Feethams, Darlington - Vue, Premier Inn, Five restaurants
Darlington Borough Council sought a development partner in order to bring forward the Feethams site, on the edge of Darlington Town Centre.The successful scheme included a nine-screen Vue cinema, a Premier Inn hotel and a range of other bars and restaurants. Simon was instrumental in securing the site and the occupiers and seeing the scheme through to a disposal of the completed investment.