This Month in Premier Construction 27.3
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction.
In this month’s issue we take a look at Comer Homes latest developments; we check out Butlins Splash Redevelopment and we explore the International Spy Museum.
Comer Homes is renowned for the high quality of its residential and commercial developments. Many of their developments and projects take place in London, Hertfordshire, Dorset and the rest of South East England. Two of their ongoing and prestigious developments are the Royal Connaught Park and The Royal Winchester House. Royal Connaught Park was formally known as The Royal Masonic School for Boys, and is now a remarkable architectural and landscaping achievement with a mix of skilfully converted and newly built apartments, set in one hundred acres of private parkland. The Royal Winchester House on the other hand is a new build and hosts a collection of one and two bedroom apartments to rent in the heart of Bracknell.
British family break provider Butlin’s celebrated the official launch of its highly-anticipated £40million seaside-inspired swimming pool Splash at its Bognor Regis resort earlier this year.
With capacity for almost 1,000 people, families can now get that seaside feeling without having to worry about the unpredictable British weather, as use of the pool is included for every guest in the price of a break and even the outdoor rapids are warm enough to enjoy all year round.
The International Spy Museum (SPY) is the only museum in the world dedicated to fostering public understanding of intelligence and espionage from a global perspective, which has an enormous impact on our daily lives and has played a critical role in world history. Located in Washington D.C, a hub for the Intelligence Community, as well as international intelligence, the Museum is at the heart of the ever-changing world of global espionage. The Spy Museum is a non-profit organisation independent of any government funding or oversight. It is the Museum’s mission to provide visitors with nonbiased, accurate information through its educational programs, exhibits and resources. The original museum opened in 2002 and its new, expanded building opened on 12th May 2019.
With all this and more, join us as we explore the impressive construction projects that continue to shape our landscape.