Grade-A office space planned in Staines

Posted on by Rob Powell

OFFICES formerly belonging to a brewery in Staines are to be turned into Grade-A office space.

Ashby House is a three story office building in the town centre, formerly occupied by Courage Brewery and more recently the national sales office for Heineken.

Planning consent was granted late last year by the local authority, Spelthorne Council, for the part-demolition and refurbishment of the building which was built in 1989 and is a short walk from the River Thames.

Architects ESA – part of Capita Symonds – have published an image (above) of how the renewed building will look.

Nic Sampson, Design Director, ESA, said: “The result is effectively a new-build, providing Grade-A office space in the heart of the town.”

A tender for contractors will go out in the summer with work expected to start on site in the autumn.

Later this year, the town of Staines will be renamed as Staines-upon-Thames as part of a bid to boost the local economy.


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