DWA breathe new life into Newark site

June 12, 2018

York-headquartered DWA Architects and sister company, WA Consulting Engineers, are working to transform a former pub site in Newark, Nottinghamshire, into two new shops.


Building work has just started to regenerate the former The Sawmill pub into a new Co-op store and another shop unit, on behalf of contractor Phillip Lally Ltd.


It’s located on Beacon Hill Road and will create up to 26 jobs when completed.


David Ward, Managing Director of DWA Architects commented: “It’s very exciting to be part of the transformation of this site from run down pub into new shops that will breathe new life into the site and area.”


Planning permission was granted last year following a troubled past for the pub, which led to Marston’s declaring it ‘unviable and surplus to requirements’.


With over 30 years’ experience, DWA Architects work throughout the UK and abroad, from offices in York and Altrincham.

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