MCR Property Group is holding a public consultation on the proposed plans for Hadrian Enterprise Park in Haltwhistle on the 2nd April 2019.
MCR Property Group and Northumberland County Council have undertaken a detailed assessment of the current site in Haltwhistle and will showcase detailed designs on the day.
The developer intends to rejuvenate the industrial park into a significant mixed-use development, including fully refurbished and new commercial units, housing, a hotel, petrol station and potentially two drive-through restaurants.
The current site, which is visible from the A69 bypass, does not currently present an aesthetically pleasing approach to Haltwhistle and the revised vision for the scheme will aim to improve the overall view of the area.
MCR Property Group is also liaising with current businesses with tenancies on-site and intends to offer them a seamless transition to the refurbished units, ensuring that any potential disruption is limited.
Tony Dodds, Planning Manager, at MCR Property Group, said: “We have been working closely with Northumberland County Council and are excited about the long-term vision for Hadrian Enterprise Park.
“Over the years, time and general wear and tear has taken its toll on the site. What we propose will undoubtedly have a positive influence to the area and bring employment, as well as boosting potential tourism to Haltwhistle and the surrounding countryside.”
The Public Consultation will take place at Haltwhistle Library between 2pm – 7pm on the 2nd April 2019. Representatives from MCR Property Group will be in attendance to explain the proposed design and visuals for Hadrian Business Park and answer any questions the public may have.
Mar 29th, 2019