Chapman Lily Planning is proud to have helped Mar-Key Group establish a new manufacturing base in Bournemouth. The company design and fabricate bespoke temporary structures and buildings – if you’ve ever attended a boat show, airshow, the Americas Cup, Royal Ascot, Chelsea or Goodwood the chances are you’ve already enjoyed their hospitality!
As well as high profile events, the company sell and lease bespoke temporary buildings to businesses that require additional space. This might be to cater for peak periods or provide flexibility ahead of investment in new infrastructure. Developers might also realise the benefits of temporary structures given the current vogue for ‘pop up’ shops and events. So why not make best use of your sites and add vitality.
David Tabb, Chairman of Mar-key Group explained, ‘from full size supermarkets and sports halls, to temporary seasonal storage space and additional classrooms, Mar-Key Group have got you covered. We can offer a variety of structure shapes, heights and finishes to meet all of your industrial needs.’
Of course, your temporary structure or building might well require planning permission too, so why not let Chapman Lily Planning assist you. Mar-Key Group Chairman David Tabb’s verdict:
‘Chapman Lily Planning Ltd were instrumental in Mar-Key Group achieving a very good planning outcome with moving our manufacturing facility Throop, Bournemouth. Even though the site has an industrial application, it sits within an overall greenbelt area and joins a conservation area, which made the planning application quite complex. The Chapman Lily Team are very understanding both of the needs and requirements of the company, and of concerns of the local authority. As a company, Mar-Key Group has a very social outlook towards its staff and neighbours which was appreciated and helped considerably with the overall project.’