The complex comprises of two buildings, a seven-storey mill building, and new development at the rear of the site. The remedial works relate to the newer building only which comprises of a number of residential apartments spread over 7 floors with parking below.
The building sits between Blantyre Street, Egerton Street and the Bridgewater Canal, with pedestrian and vehicle access from Blantyre St.
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Since the terrible Grenfell Tower tragedy in 2017 the UK has been gripped by a cladding crisis, trapping thousands of homeowners in their properties and causing thousands of tenants the stress that comes with living in a building with potentially combustible insulation.
Worsley Mill was constructed in 2008 on the side of the Manchester Ship Canal.
The building consists of a stepped block of 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 stories containing 86 apartments with 5 servicing lifts and includes a 2-storey podium with commercial occupants, off Stockwell Gate, in Mansfield city Centre. The block is ‘U’-shaped, with the open side facing south.
Pedestrian access to the building for residents is currently off Dallas Street to the west, with upper-level car parking access at off Dallas Street, and lower-level semi-underground parking access off Radford Street to the east.
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Updates About Worsley Mill
One of the first deliverables of the project is a dilapidation survey of the exterior cladding of the building. This provides an initial view of the condition of the building and provides a baseline for budget planning for any
Contractors have been engaged and designs are currently being finalized and reviewed by the relevant bodies before being signed off, ready for construction. The drone survey has been completed providing a full dilapidation of the exterior of the building.