Bridge Street, Worksop

Worksop Central is set for widespread regeneration and growth over the next 20 years or so. The Town Council has a long-term vision and objectives for the town centre and its surrounds, with the overarching aim of reinvigorating the town centre offer, to ensure Worksop’s central area is better able to adapt and grow, to meet identified needs, changing priorities and the community’s aspirations in the long term.

Project Summary

The plan for Historic Bridge Street in particular centres on improving visual links east-west from Bridge Street to land and historic buildings to the rear through the yards and lanes. It further aims to strengthen the north-south view along Bridge Street, particularly from the Market Square and improve visual  connectivity between Castle Hill and the surrounding land and street network, particularly Newcastle Avenue.

Messenger was awarded the contract to provide modern office space in the heart of Worksop town. The contract comprises the redevelopment of 83, 83a and 87 Bridge Street into commercial office space, including refurbishment of the existing listed buildings and extending both buildings to provide increased office space, along with associated external works.

Client:

Bassetlaw District Council

Architect:

Player Roberts Bell Architects

Duration:

83 weeks

Completion:

Current (anticipated April 2022)

Value:

£3.5m

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