Parkside Regeneration LLP is now working with partners to ensure that local people and companies benefit from the opportunities the scheme is generating. The project will return the redundant and derelict brownfield site to its former role as an economic engine for the area.
If you are are a business in St Helens, able to provide the following commercial services from Manufacturers to Installation or both, request a call back from one of the team at St Helens Chamber to find out more, or express early interest to the This is Parkside contractors list.
We understand that not all local companies may hold the necessary accreditations, have sufficient capacity or internal bidding expertise, therefore, funded business support may be available across the Liverpool City Region and you will be asked to indicate what support you may require when you complete the EOI form.
David Baines, Leader, St Helens Borough Council said: “There remains long term, generational unemployment in parts of Newton-le-Willows and St Helens and the technical reports and surveys highlight Phase One of Parkside will be able to provide up to 1,300 new jobs.”
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The first phase will kick-start the regeneration of the site and bring a wide range of benefits, including:
- £80m a year of new economic activity
- 1,330 gross operational jobs
- Regeneration of a derelict colliery
- £2.2m per annum in new business rates, once fully operational
- Around £78m in construction value
- 457 construction and supply chain jobs during the site build
- 1m square feet of new employment space
- Substantial improvement to the site’s green spaces and landscape