The company was incorporated in 1970 and has
remained in the private Family Trust. Our developments include
numerous residential and commercial sites in the West Country.
Here are just a few examples:
- Truro – major redevelopment of Lemon Quay in partnership with J Sainsbury Developments, incorporating new flagship store for Marks & Spencer plc (90,000 sqft), 8 large retail units, 400 space car park, new bus station, separate touring coach park and pedestrianisation of the former Quay, creating a large piazza the cost of which the company match-funded with an ERDF grant in partnership with Carrick District Council.
- Purchase of freehold of the former Marks & Spencer store in Pydar Street, Truro (60,000 sqft), which was successfully redeveloped into 5 retail units and currently let to Next, Sports Direct, Nationwide and HMV. Retained.
- Development of a new branch for Barclays Bank at Newquay.
- Retail store for Halfords, Truro. Retained
- Purchase of former Jewsons site, Truro, already
partially let to B & M Stores and redeveloped to form 20,000 sqft
- Acquisition and refurbishment of prime retail unit in Lower Lemon Street, Truro let to Jaeger. Retained.
- 2003 – 11th position in Price Waterhouse/Cooper fastest growing company in South West.
- Jersey – Pending development for retail, commercial use and mixed residential.
- 2004 – Acquisition of Freehold – 24 King Street, Truro. Let to Treds Shoes. Retained.
- Truro. 50 acres for mixed development. Current.
- Exeter. 50 acres for residential development and mixed uses.
- 2007 – Acquisition of prime retail investments, Boscawen Street, Truro, let to Samuels (jewellers) and Timpsons (shoe repairers). Retained.
- Acquisition of retail investment in Cathedral Lane, Truro. Retained.
- Pydar Street, Truro. Construction of two prime retail units let to Dixons (now Stormfront) and British Shoe Corporation (now Thorntons Chocolates).
- Truro centre. Purchase of former NFU headquarters. Obtained full planning permission for 14 residential units.
- The purchase, redevelopment, refurbishment and letting of many retail shop units in the West Country, most of which have been retained by the Family Trust.