Planning application submitted
Piers Gough's practice CZWG and Holder Mathias have submitted a planning application for Europe's largest indoor entertainment complex, known as YES. The 130ha brownfield development, for which the practices have formed a joint venture known as CZWG Holder Mathias, will regenerate a former South Yorkshire coal mine and coking plant. If the £300 million scheme gets the go-ahead, it will include an extreme sports centre, indoor entertainment facilities, four-star resort spa and conference ...
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