£100 million regeneration of historic UK rail works to support hundreds of jobs

A planning application has been submitted for the regeneration of the Wolverton Works, in Wolverton, Buckinghamshire, England.

It is hoped that it will safeguard hundreds of current and future rail-related jobs for the town.

St. Modwen, a regeneration specialist, has now submitted plans for the £100 million regeneration, which will provide modern commercial premises which St Modwen say will “support hundreds of jobs at the Works and allow future business growth on the site“.

As only half of the site (built in 1832) is required to provide premises for modern business operations, the group is proposing a mixed-use development on the remainder of the site, with up to 375 new homes and a foodstore complemented by a heritage centre and extensive landscaping.

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