Woking’s Victoria Place reaches new milestones
Victoria Square Woking Limited, a joint venture between Moyallen Group and Woking Borough Council, has announced a significant milestone in the advancement of Victoria Place, its £700 million regeneration scheme in Woking town centre.
Marks & Spencer has taken possession of its new 50,000 square foot regional flagship store and has now begun a fit-out led by ISG. In addition, Hilton is making preparations to launch a hotel at the scheme with recruitment underway to fill over 160 jobs. Meanwhile, Native Group is getting ready to launch a new residential development called The Marches.
Councillor Ayesha Azad, leader of Woking Borough Council, said: “As we move closer towards the phased completion of this transformative development, we are delighted to see the various cornerstones of Victoria Place coming to life. With Marks & Spencer, Hilton Woking, and Native Group reaching new milestones in their preparations and recruitment plans, we are beginning to see the real and positive impact of this scheme on Woking town centre.”
Anchored by 125,000 square feet of retail space, Victoria Place will also house a medical centre, two public plazas and new parking facilities.
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