From firstname.lastname@example.org | Thursday 16 May 2019
A planning application to redevelop 1 Paragon Square into a mix of retail, restaurant, residential and office space has been submitted.
Plans for the House of Fraser building in Hull have been revealed today.
A planning application to comprehensively redevelop 1 Paragon Square into a dynamic mix of retail, restaurant, residential and office space has been submitted to Hull City Council.
It has been submitted by Redefine Paragon Square Hull Limited, the freeholders of the famous building.
Its development team is now working with major stakeholders including Hull City Council, HullBID, House of Fraser and Cafe Nero.
A Redefine spokesperson said: “We have a fantastic all Hull local advisory and professional team who are driving the project forward with pride and passion.
“Our full sales and marketing campaign will be up and running within the next few weeks.
“We have already been overwhelmed by the demand for our luxury serviced apartments and more details and information will be released shortly on all other areas of the building, including retail, restaurants and our high-tech serviced offices.”