Crowning glory for Mansfield’s landmark building

April 19, 2013 12:37 pm

Work is steaming ahead on the new £2.4 million retail and office development on the former Queen’s Head pub site in Mansfield Town Centre.

Kate at QP

The major steel work is now in place and the roof is ready to go on top of this stunning new building, which will help to create a vital gateway and attractive pedestrian route into the heart of the Town Centre from the recently opened new bus station.

The building, which is expected to be completed by late September 2013, will be owned and managed by Mansfield District Council and will be rented out to commercial and retail businesses. It will be the first office building in Mansfield Town Centre to achieve an excellent BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) rating and will incorporate green technologies, such as solar panels, a green roof and energy efficient lighting.

Cllr Kate Allsop, Portfolio Holder for Economic Regeneration said: “This new development is a fantastic addition to Mansfield and complements the new bus station. The scheme will enhance the appearance of the Town Centre and provide an important gateway for local businesses, as well as attracting private investors to the town.”

The scheme has been funded by a £867,567 European Regional Development Fund grant and £1.92m of the Council’s own capital funds.

Businesses wishing to enquire about rental opportunities can call 01623 463728 or email  For more information, visit our major developments and commercial property pages.

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