Conveyancing Process Is Difficult To Manage Without Guidance

The construction company employed by Chartwell Land owners of the development site organised the visits. David Bennett


Business Development Manager commented: "We are delighted to help with the children's projects. They had a talk and video on safety followed by a tour around the Palace Theatre and then the construction site. The children could compare the old and the new buildings very easily. They seemed to have a great time. Safety was obviously an important issue and all the infants, particularly; enjoyed wearing safety clothing that included specially made miniature hard hats!" Emily Janes of Chater Infant School said.


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"The trips have been very beneficial for the children. We would like to thank MANSELL, Chartwell Land and the Palace Theatre for making us so welcome." As part of the Woolworths' development, Chartwell Land is donating land to the theatre for a much needed stage extension as part of its fund raising appeal. It is also funding new community facilities. The existing creche has been relocated to a ground floor shop unit in Charter Place and Watford's Women's Centre, currently in temporary premises in The Parade, is returning to new purpose built accommodation.


The new Woolworths is due to open in the Autumn. It is expected to create more than 60 jobs for local people. With a sales area of 32,000 sq ft it will be one of the biggest high street stores. Teesland Group's £26 million retail development, Regent Walk, Redcar, Teesside, which is being developed in partnership with Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council and English Partnerships has announced the letting of Unit 15 to Dixons.


Dixons, has taken a new 15-year FRI lease, with five-yearly reviews. The rental has been agreed at £55,000 per annum. Jason Rockett of Teesland commented: "We are delighted with the signing of the Dixons agreement and the substantial progress made in attracting National multiple retailers to the development. The current position is extremely good news for Redcar town centre and shoppers there and in the surrounding areas. It is extremely encouraging at this early stage that heads of terms have been agreed and solicitors instructed on 17 of the 23 retail units.


Jonathon Blackie, Director of Regeneration for Regional Development Agency, One NorthEast said: "The letting to Dixons demonstrates the success of this proposal and confirms the continued commitment of all development partners to this scheme.