Louis de Soissons, the architect firm behind Welwyn Garden City, has been given the go-ahead for a £30 million automotive project in Hatfield Business Park.
Alongside luxury car dealer H. R. Owen, who has a portfolio including Bugatti, Ferrari and Lamborghini, the site has had planning permission granted for a 110,000 sq. ft site set to become a market-leading sales and service destination which brings world brands together under one roof.
The site has been landscaped to include five luxury showrooms, workshops, offices, and events space, as well as infrastructure for electric vehicles.
It specially designed for the optimum customer experience, setting a new standard for H.R Owen, and meeting the requirements of various stakeholders, whilst being equipped for the electric vehicle revolution.
Director of Louis de Soissons, Mark Wilkinson said “We are delighted to be working with H.R. Owen, the UK’s leading luxury automotive retailer group and developer Arlington to create a new destination for their customers. Our designs bring together the multiple services that H.R. Owen offer their customers into one complex of buildings that architecturally compliment the context, centred around a clear, strong hierarchy of spaces.’
CEO of H.R Owen Ken Choo said “In partnership with Louis de Soissons and Arlington, we have created plans for a truly world-class facility, delivering the latest in cutting-edge design and technology for our customers. This site will become a real destination for automotive enthusiasts, ideally located and displaying some of the world’s most sought-after cars.”
Image source- Louis de Soissons
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