News & Opinion

The latest Turnstone team news and opinion

  • 15th Jan 2015

    Ridgeons appoints Turnstone as Development Partner in Saffron Walden

    Ridgeons Timber and Builders Merchants has appointed Turnstone Estates as development partner at Ashdon Road Commercial Park, a 32 acre brownfield site on the north eastern edge of Saffron Walden. The site has outline planning permission for 167 residential units, a new Ridgeons branch, hotel, restaurant/pub, retail and other commercial/industrial uses. Angela Rushforth MD of Ridgeons comments, “We are delighted...

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  • 15th Dec 2014

    Turnstone Estates submits Ely Leisure Village planning application to East Cambridgeshire District Council

    Turnstone Estates has submitted a planning application to East Cambridgeshire District Council for the proposed Ely Leisure Village.Located at the junction of the A10 and Downham Road, if planning permission is granted, the £16 million Ely Leisure Village will provide Ely with a six-screen Cineworld cinema, 4 restaurants and further stand-alone restaurants, including two drive-thru’s. This is Phase 1 of...

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  • 10th Dec 2014

    Turnstone acquires Southend site for £50M mixed-use scheme

    Turnstone Estates has agreed the conditional acquisition of a 2.3 hectare site in Southend-on-Sea with Southend on Sea Borough Council and announced plans for the development of a £50m leisure and residential scheme.The proposals for the land at Lucy Road, which is currently occupied by the Seaway car park, include a ten-screen cinema, eleven restaurant units and a 99-apartment residential...

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  • 05th Oct 2014

    Turnstone Estates Sells Cambridge Offices to RO Properties

    Turnstone Estates has completed the sale of a 9,034 sq ft office building at Vision Park, Cambridge to RO Regional Properties, part of the RO Group. Discovery House, which is occupied in its entirety by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), has been purchased by RO Properties for £2.85 million, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.75%. The IWF, a charity...

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  • 28th Sep 2014

    Rowley Arts Centre Opening in St Neots

    The legacy of St Neots’ Lord of the Manor Peter Rowley has been officially launched amid a night of celebration at the venue that bears his name.A £1 million donation from the landowner, playwright, author and critic kickstarted the Rowley Arts Centre project that has now evolved into the £8m Cineworld leisure complex at the heart of the town.While his...

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