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£400m US/Anglo development for Chesterfield

£400m US/Anglo development for Chesterfield

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Work is due to get underway this spring on a £400m tourism development in Derbyshire.

The new integrated all-weather, year-round leisure, health, sport and education destination will be built near Chesterfield. Known as Peak Resorts, the development brings together hospitality, university, sport and medical expertise and will feature 600 holiday apartments, hotel and hostel units with 250 woodland lodges.

A new regeneration investment organisation, bringing together the two investors - Birchall Properties, led by Rupert Carr, and the US owned Grand Heritage Hotel Group – will be created to lead the project.

“This is a fantastic boost to Chesterfield and its economy and another sign of the confidence the business community has about investing in our borough,” said councillor John Burrows, leader and executive member for regeneration at Chesterfield Borough Council.

One of the UK’s largest regeneration and renewal schemes is already underway in the town. Located close to The Peak Resorts site, proposals for the £340m, 16 hectare Waterside development include a residential neighbourhood, an eco-park and public spaces as well as ships, bars and cafes.

Led by the Bolsterstone Group working in partnership with Arnold Laver Group and Chesterfield Borough Council, the development is ranked a number 47 in the top 100 list of the UK’s largest regeneration projects.

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