Published: 9th Apr 2020

Property developer, Godwin Developments has announced plans to redevelop the former Stafford Rugby Club ground into a major mixed-use scheme. The £80m project includes a new 100-room hotel, 300 build-to-rent homes as well as retail and leisure space. The site encompasses 300,000 sq ft of development, including 60,000 sq ft of leisure and retail space (with proposals for a multi-story carpark). A spokesperson for the developer said that it hoped the venture would give local residents better amenities and attract visitors to the area, helping to boost its long-term economic prospects. However, the developer did state that it was in ‘early-stage’ discussions with Staffordshire Borough Council regarding plans. A £500 million scheme that could see a hotel, top of the range office space, and new homes in Stafford. The development would form part of the ‘Stafford Station Gateway Masterplan’ which is a plan to develop land near to the railway … (To read the full article, subscribe below)