Following on from the successful development of phase 1 at Ringtail Retail Park, Burscough, Barnfield Construction are delighted to announce they have now commenced construction on phase 2 of the site.
Phase 2 compromises 6 units being built speculatively with 2 pre lettings now agreed for Pets at Home (5,000sqft) and B & M Bargains (12,000sqft).
Barnfield were awarded phase 1 of the contract last year which included the shell construction of a new 30,000 sqft Booths Supermarket.
Later they went on to win the full fit out contract which incorporates features including a café, butchery, fishmonger and state of the art deli counters.
The first 2 phases are part of the major £12 million retail scheme being developed by Barnfield Construction on behalf of Bentley Investments Incorporated.
Booths will be open to the public on the 15th of July and the retail units will be ready for occupation early 2016.
Lancashire based Contractors & Developers, Barnfield Construction Limited, started work on the former World War 2 airfield site early last year.
The design and build of the store resembles an aircraft hangar and the creation of a memorial garden for the Royal Naval Air Station monument which has been moved to a fully accessible, safer and more prominent position.
Property Director Graham Booth says, “We’re looking forward to opening our state of the art food and wine store in Burscough. Booths is a food retailer like no other—proudly Northern, family run and independent. Our regional roots and relative small size help to forge close relationships with our farmers & producers. The new store contains a café and fresh food counters, including a butcher, fishmonger, delicatessen, hot food and cheesemonger. We’re very much looking forward to opening on the 15th of July.”
Tim Webber, Managing Director & Chairman of The Barnfield Group commented, “We’re delighted to be working on this prestigious retail scheme. Having a high quality brand such as Booths as the anchor tenant has made the scheme really appealing to other retailers who now want to be based at the new retail park.”