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Wilson Bowden

Wilson Bowden and Miller Birch are planning to develop a new £200m business park on a 250-acre site in Derby for Derby City Council and Rolls-Royce, with the creation of up to 8,000 jobs.

Wilson Bowden has won approval for the £90m transformation of Macclesfield town centre, including 19 new shops and a town square.

Wilson Bowden Developments and Ashcroft Estates have unveiled plans for the £70m redevelopment of Barnsley town centre, including an indoor market, shopping centre and cinema.

Wilson Bowden has acquired Roland Bardsley Homes, the housebuilder with nine sites near Manchester, for £25m.

Wilson Bowden has won planning consent for the £70m redevelopment of Bishop's Stortford town centre, which will double the size of the 100,000 sq ft Jackson Square shopping centre.

Wilson Bowden has acquired Ward Homes Group for £29m, in order to expand its housebuilding operations in the south-east.

Wilson Bowden has acquired Frenchay Developments, the owner of a 26-acre development site at Siston Common near Bristol, for £24m.

Wilson Bowden is to acquire the homes division of Henry Boot for £48m, gaining access to 1,800 plots of land.

Wilson Bowden Development and Modus Properties are to go-ahead with plans to build the 350,000 sq ft Grand Arcade Shopping Centre in Wigan by 2004.

Wilson Bowden has announced plans to build a £1bn new town at the former Ravenscraig steelworks near Motherwell, including 3,500 homes, shops and light industrial space.

Wilson Bowden has awarded a £20m contract to Galliford to build three car warehouses at Honda's South Marston plant in Swindon.

Wilson Bowden has announced plans for a consortium of private and public interests to develop a 110-acre industrial park at Cambuslang near Glasgow, which could lead to the creation of up to 3,000 jobs.

Wilson Bowden is seeking permission to build a £15m four-star hotel at East Midlands Airport, which would create up to 200 jobs.

Wilson Bowden has been chosen as preferred developer for the £700m redevelopment of the Ravenscraig steelworks in Lanarkshire, which will involve the construction of a new town with up to 1m sq ft of retail space.

Wilson Bowden is planning to refurbish the Regent Hotel in Leamington Spa, and develop a retail centre and cinema on a site nearby.