Parkside Regeneration confirms next step in drive to boost local supply chain content

Published on: 20 March 2024 Parkside Regeneration LLP, the joint venture company delivering the transformation of the former Parkside colliery in Newton-le-Willows, says it is now moving to the next stage of its plan to boost local supply chain input to the major employment scheme. A research assignment on the company’s behalf contacted 2,000 businesses in […]

Parkside Regeneration Welcomes Reserved Matters Planning Approval

Published on: 12 March 2024 The chairman of Parkside Regeneration, the joint venture company tasked with delivering the redevelopment of Parkside Colliery in Newton-le-Willows, has welcomed today’s approval of the company’s ‘reserved matters’ application for the scheme’s first phase. The planning committee of St Helens Borough Council backed proposals for the scheme’s detailed design, setting the […]

Parkside Submits Reserved Matters Planning Application

Published September 2023 Move marks significant next step in planning process Parkside Regeneration, the joint venture between St Helens Borough Council and developer Langtree tasked with transforming the derelict former Parkside colliery in Newton-le-Willows, has confirmed submission of its reserved matters planning application for the first phase of development. The move is the next significant […]

St Helens signage manufacturer Vinyline wins first key Parkside contract

Published June 2023 St Helens-based sign manufacturer Vinyline Graphics has been awarded a contract to manufacture a range of exterior site signage following a competitive tender process. The installations will appear around the boundary of the site, subject to planning permission. The deal marks the first ‘win’ for Parkside Regeneration’s long-standing pledge to involve as […]

Lift-Off for Freeport

Published May 2023 Parkside has received a major boost with news that the Government has confirmed that the Liverpool City Region (LCR) Combined Authority’s bid to host a freeport has been successful. Parkside is the largest designated site within the LCR Freeport, being one of three nominated ‘tax sites’ for the initiative. A freeport is […]

Arup to craft sustainability strategy for £100m Parkside

Published April 2023 “Parkside will become an exemplar of how to futureproof a large, complex project of this type,” said John Downes, chairman of the Parkside Regeneration joint venture between St Helens Council and Langtree. Downes is also the group chief executive of Langtree. He added: “It is far from straight forward but Arup lead […]

£100m Parkside scheme reaches out to local firms

Published April 2023 A developer behind a £100m project to transform the former Parkside Colliery site in Liverpool city region has signed a deal to offer opportunities to local businesses and young people. Tony McDonough reports Developer Parkside Regeneration has struck a deal with St Helens Chamber that will offer opportunities for local businesses and […]

Parkside Colliery Partnership strikes investment deal

Published March 2023 The partnership behind the multimillion-pound transformation of the derelict Parkside Colliery site in Newton-le-Willows has struck a “ground-breaking” deal to maximise the investment’s impact on local communities. Parkside Regeneration LLP – the joint venture between Langtree and St Helens Council – has appointed St Helens Chamber to implement a youth and business […]