The Council has been working with the residents, shop owners and visitors to the High Street over the last few months on the regeneration of Market Place Sutton.
The works consists of the following streams:
- Improvement to shop fronts and upper facades
- Public realm works consisting of new trees and seating
- Kiosk, and
- Artwork in three alleyways.
The Council now has all the necessary permissions and with that the project moves to the construction phase of improvement works to the shop fronts and upper facades. Contractors Mulalley & Co. were appointed just before the Christmas break for the works of shop front improvements and renovation of upper floor facades in Market Place Sutton.
They are vastly experienced in similar works, having completed shopfront improvements on St. James Street in Walthamstow and Tottenham High Road in Haringey. I am sure they will continue to deliver excellent quality works on your properties too.
The Council has secured an office space for the project at 4-8 Marshalls Road. The work is expected to start around the 30th of January 2017 and is expected to be completed within approximately 13 weeks (subject to the weather).
Mullaley & Co. have appointed a site manager, Bejamin Breheuscu (Ben) who will be in touch with you and update you regularly with the progress of the construction. Steve Sprackling is the project manager, responsible for delivering the works to your satisfaction. If there is any work related issue, they will be the first point of contact. Their contact details are as follows:
Benjamin Breheuscu: Mob: 07788 421264; email: Benjamin.email@example.com
Steve Sprackling: Phone: 020 8551 9999/
The 2nd phase of the delivery of the project, delivery of the public realm works (trees, seating, kiosk and art work), is due to start in early March and is likely to be completed in early June. The Council term contractors RJ Dance will be undertaking this work.
Although the Council will make every effort to ensure that no business is impacted unduly it, the works may cause some inconvenience to the visitors because of scaffolding, dust, noise and workers on site. We apologise for the hardship that it may cause.
Updates are also regularly available on www.opportunitysutton.org