It’s shone a light on some of the biggest stars in theatre and music over the last 90 years, but the Mayflower Theatre has ‘gone dark’ as a £7.5m refurbishment project gets underway. The iconic Southampton venue, which has seen the likes of Julie Andrews, Laurel and Hardy, Michael McIntyre, Take That and even The Beatles tread its boards, has temporarily closed the doors as it undergoes its biggest makeover in the last three decades.
The South Central development at Test lane, Nursling is the first speculative new industrial development close to the Port of Southampton in a decade and will create three high-specification units with a combined value of over £30m.
The site including the former 1980s former Bargate Shopping Centre is set to be transformed following the resolution to grant planning permission on 10 January 2017.
A landmark office building in the heart of Southampton’s business district is ready for occupation following extensive refurbishment. Three-storey Grosvenor House, jointly marketed by commercial property consultancies Hughes Ellard and LSH on behalf of owner Ameriscot Commercial, is available floor-by-floor or as half floors.
Family-owned motoring business Meridien Modena has invested £3.5 million in a new 14,000 sq ft, two floor, state-of-the-art Ferrari service centre, based near its showroom in Lyndhurst.