As you can see demolition is well underway by Bradley Demolition. The Central and South Blocks have been reduced to rubble with the appropriate materials retained and crushed on site and will ultimately be recycled for use on other projects.
Our thanks to Gavin Wilkinson from Sleater & Watson for sending in these before and after photographs.
Sleater & Watson are providing the structural and civil engineering services for the Jubilee House project and Gavin is the engineer working on the day-to-day running of the project.
The remedial repairs to the existing concrete frame which is to be retained have been completed by Ram Services Limited prior to the demolition works commencing. These repairs will extend the design life of the building to accommodate the proposed re-development. Gavin
Demolition works are well underway and detailed tender packages are currently being prepared for issue to selected contractors. Watch this space….!
and we’re off…hard hats at the ready…the demolition has started down at the Jubilee House. Whilst there is still so much to do it’s a fantastic feeling and accomplishment to get to this stage so quickly. A momentus occasion! Check out the Gallery for further photos.
On the 5th August 2013 at exactly 5.15pm Planning Permission was issued for Jubilee House.
Discharge of Conditions application was submitted to Fylde Borough Council on Friday in anticipation of the approval.
Fingers crossed the application is approved without delay,
On the 2nd August 2013 we received exciting news from Napthens Solicitors advising that the S106 Agreement had been signed. This meant that the issue planning consent was imminent. (Since the FBC Committee approval on 22nd May 2013 the Solicitors had been working together on the S106 terms).
Such a relief to hear this news!!
I was in Lytham at the time having tea before going to the 80s night at Lytham Proms, on Lytham Green overlooked by Jubilee House. It was great to glance Jubilee House from the Lytham Proms knowing that the planning permission was imminent and that the incongruous 1960s building that was Birkenhead House would soon rise majestically as Danbro’s new HQ Jubilee House and with apartments – a superb design that Lytham will be proud of. It was great to work with the expert Design Team and also with Helen and Damian Broughton who created Danbro who are truly inspirational for what they have achieved.
Jane Fox, Planning & Development Consultant, Fox Planning Consultancy
We’re delighted to introduce you to Jane, our planning champion for Jubilee House.
Jane, Planning & Development Consultant, Fox Planning Consultancy – acted as planning consultant and coordinator in the pre-application consultation with Fylde Borough Council and submission of the planning application for Danbro’s new HQ at Jubilee House involving alterations, extensions, demolition and erection of 20 apartments. Jane worked closely with the Design Team to address all planning issues including planning policy requirements, contaminated land, flood risk, landscaping, retention of TPO trees, ecological issues, coastal footpath enhancement scheme etc. This turned out to be quite a complex scheme and Danbro’s Design Team included architects, structural engineers, drainage engineers, quantity surveyors and contamination experts to name just a few. Jane’s involvement commenced in March 2012 and continued through the pre-application consultations with FBC, working with the Design Team on the details of the application drawings, submission of the planning application in December 2012, negotiation with FBC planning officers, liaison with Design Team members, statutory consultees and Solicitors and submission of Discharge of Conditions application in August 2013.
Fabulous work and contribution to the team…thank you Jane.