Retail

Trinity Square

Trinity Square

Nottingham | £38 million | Helical Bar plc | 2006

Trinity Square was part of a major city centre redevelopment project initiated in 2006 as a joint venture with Nottingham City Council. The scheme was sold to Helical Bar plc on completion of land acquisition, relocation of previous tenants and planning approval. This 2.5-acre development now includes retail units such as TK Maxx, bars, multi-story car park and student accommodation comprising of 699 beds operated by Derwent Living.

Glasshouse

Glasshouse

Nottingham | £35 million | Aldi, PureGym, Unite, Metro Car Parks and Bounce Planet | 2014

This major mixed-use development saw the creation of an awarding wining multi-storey 267 space car park, 850 student rooms, Aldi supermarket, a recreational trampoline park at Bounce Planet and 25,000 sq ft for Pure Gym. The development was built and retained for 6 years before being sold to an international pension fund

Budgens

Budgens

Melbourne | £1.2 million | Budgens | 2000

Helping to revitalise the local community, Monk Estates developed this 17,000 sq ft single storey building on a reclaimed brownfield site in Budgens, Melbourne. This supermarket was build using materials sympathetic to the conversation area and is now a local Sainsbury’s.

Lidl Melton

Lidl Melton

Melton, Mowbray | £1.95 million | Lidl | 2015

This project included the acquisition of a former HMRC tax office on behalf of Lidl and was sold with the benefit of planning.

Lidl Bingham

Lidl Bingham

Bingham | £2.8 million | Lidl | 2016

A joint venture with a local property owner.Monk Estates helped promote the site through complex planning promotion for Lidl who later purchased the site on receipt of planning.