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Pictures and video: The past, present and future of The Landing development

In pictures: The past, present and future of The Landing development

Credit: HUB

The site of The Landing has been eerily quiet in recent weeks, prompting rumours of a project in trouble, but the developer responsible for the scheme says this is not the case.  

Damien Sharkey, managing director of developer HUB, says ‘there are no issues with delivering this project from our point of view’.

At the site he explained the absence of activity and also gave an insight into the design of the scheme, which will redevelop the land bordered by bordered by Queen Street, King Street and Broadway.

Before demolition began The Landing site used to be home to shops, restaurants and flats, including those on King Street.

This is the site now after demolition and enabling works finished ahead of schedule on February 14.

Damien said: “It’s a great location, it’s a brilliant town and we’re very, very excited to be one of the first movers in regenerating Maidenhead town centre.”

Credit: HUB

Some residents have criticised the height of the buildings but Damien said ‘the building height here we believe is appropriate’.

Credit: HUB

What HUB originally designed was ‘a very hard landscape’ but in response to people’s calls for ‘green space’ it has been redesigned.

Credit: HUB

Most of the retail space is earmarked for food and beverage.

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