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Newark's former Marks and Spencer unit gets set for construction later this year



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The former Marks and Spencer unit in Newark is getting set for construction later this year.

Planning permission was granted in February and now preparations have commenced at the Stodman Street site.

The construction phase, which will create apartments and retail units, will begin later this year.

The unit is boarded up, with site surveys being undertaken.
The unit is boarded up, with site surveys being undertaken.

David Lloyd, leader at Newark and Sherwood District Council and co-chair of Newark Towns Fund Board, said: “Site preparation and ground investigation surveys have now commenced, ready for the construction phase of the project later this year.

“We are really excited to breathe life back into this vacant space in Newark town centre, creating new high-quality homes which are expected to be ready for residents by 2024 in addition to new retail spaces and job opportunities, with a design that is in keeping with surrounding buildings of heritage.”



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