In a testament to the vibrancy and potential of the city, leading global construction & services group Bouygues and their UK subsidiary, Warings, are exploring opportunities for development in Brighton & Hove and surrounding areas within the south-east.
Local property company Centurion Group [which owns Brighton Square], together with London architect and development consultant Sprunt, are assisting Warings in establishing a presence in the city.
Philippe Jouy – Managing Director, Warings said, “Warings is currently working throughout the South to establish new development opportunities. In Brighton & Hove, we see a vibrant city with great potential for investment. Utilising our global expertise, combined with a focussed local approach, we aim to leave a positive legacy on both the city’s built environment and the community who live and work here. We look forward to this fascinating new challenge.”
Through this partnership, the trio have been inspired to set up a local networking event which will bring together the public and private sectors to assist in driving and responsibly delivering the Brighton & Hove plan.
Local property consultant, Ed Allison-Wright, Director at Centurion Group and co-leader of this newly launched Brighton & Hove Regeneration initiative stated, “Brighton & Hove has a high level of demand for quality residential space and student accommodation and continues to raise its game in promoting to investors, purchasers, particularly first time buyers to enter into the market”
“Bouygues has an unparalleled level of financial backing, experience and approach to corporate social responsibility, which can pioneer previously lost and discarded opportunities. Centurion and Sprunt are delighted to play a part in helping this to happen”.
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