Parkside Regeneration, a joint venture between commercial developers Langtree and St Helens Council, is proposing to transform the derelict Parkside Colliery site located on the south-eastern edge of Newton-le-Willows, into a new employment park.
Enabling £80m per year of new economic activity to the City Region and creating up to 1,300 permanent new logistics and manufacturing jobs. A planning application for Phase 1 of Parkside was submitted on 16th January 2018 to St Helens Council.
Langtree is a commercial property company, active in property management, development, investment and public/private property partnerships across the UK.
A First Class Reputation
The company has a first class reputation in regeneration and Joint Venture partnership working. Our team has led some of the most significant regeneration projects in the UK including, the scheme to deliver a new state of the art stadium for St Helens Rugby Football Club.
Our credentials are equally strong in property development, with our team’s experience including 40 Springardens in Manchester city centre.
Where We Operate
Langtree now owns and manages a substantial property portfolio of 40 sites across Yorkshire, the North West and the Midlands totalling 1.9 million sq ft.
Langtree currently operates nationally out of its head office in Warrington, with its property staff of 34.