'The Lexicon' redevelopment creates a mix of open and covered public streets, lined with contemporary retail units and complemented by a vibrant selection of restaurants, cafés and bars fronting new public squares. It comprises 70 retail, F&B and leisure units and a 1,300-space car park, while restaurants and bars front onto brand new public squares. The area is designed to remain a popular destination late into the evening.
Creagh supplied and installed the brick faced columns, beams and panels as well as the grey acid etched columns and panels. These were manufactured off site at our facility in Toome. Site access was extremely limited as it was in the town centre which of course had to always remain open. Therefore, a lot of the panels were installed at night which was closely co-ordinated with the local council.
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The scheme is part of a £240 million masterplan development by Bracknell Regeneration Partnership for 60,000m² of new retail and leisure facilities on an existing site.
The wider vision was to remodel and improve the town centre, which included creating a contemporary shopping experience for the local community and bringing popular retail names into the area.