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39 storey Woking development takes a step forward

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Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 4:34pm 15th January 2019. (Updated at 4:52pm 15th January 2019)

Plans to build a 39 storey residential development in Woking have taken a step forward. 

Coplan- a leading company in local authority mixed use schemes- has announced its formal agreement with Woking Borough Council for the Woking Gateway development project. 

It will be built next to Woking train station and will consist of approximately 475 residential units in three towers. 

The towers will vary in height from 39 to 28 to 18 storeys. 

There will also be almost 50,000 sq. ft. of new commercial space. 

It was announced in December 2017 that Coplan had been selected as the development partner for the project.

It is a private limited company that has been operating for over 12 years specialising in delivering mixed-use development schemes for projects within the M25 and regional towns in the South East. 

Cllr David Bittleston, Leader of Woking Borough Council, said:

“I am delighted that we have formalised plans for the growth and evolution of Woking, complementing our Victoria Square development and positively impacting the local economy.

"Coplan’s expertise and experience in the successful delivery of similar schemes for local authorities is exciting news. We look forward to working with them as we re-energise and reinvigorate the area.”

The scheme is expected to begin on site in 2021. 

You can find out more about the plans here. 

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