Woking’s Victoria Square wins consent
Published:  11 November, 2014

Green light for 125,000 sq ft of new retail space in mixed-use project

Bandstand Square Developments has won approval from Woking Borough Council’s planning committee for Victoria Square, a comprehensive mixed-use retail-led development to the west of the existing Wolsey Place shopping centre.

Members of the planning committee voted unanimously to approve the plans to create 125,000 sq ft of new retail floorspace anchored by Marks & Spencer; a 190-bed four-star hotel with conference facilities, spa and gym in a 21-storey tower; 392 residential apartments in two towers of 28 and 34 storeys; space for a medical centre; 380 additional car parking spaces, and two new public plazas.

Victoria Square will be delivered by Bandstand Square Developments, a joint venture between Moyallen, owner of the Peacocks shopping centre, Woking Borough Council, owner of Wolsey Place, and Surrey County Council.

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