Bagshot Retail

Project Particulars

Bagshot Retail
Notcutts & Waitrose
Construction Cost

Project Team

Phillips Tracey Architects
Structural Engineers
Ramboll UK
Contractor's Architect
Forum Architecture
Waitrose Fitout Design
B&R Architects
Jack Hobhouse

This project includes a Waitrose food store and a further three retail units.

This new retail scheme is positioned off the A31 on the edge of Bagshot Village partly within Countryside and adjacent to an area of natural green space. The brownfield site was previously occupied by a garden centre, which subtly influenced the design of the scheme.

The form of the building is driven by its context. The building’s main feature is an undulating green roof, which has been designed to reflect the contours of the surrounding hills and heathland, and to provide a sensitive link with the wider rural landscape.

Delivery and service yards are hidden behind the building. Inside, the 2,980m² Waitrose store has a full height sales area flooded with light from the glazed front elevation, with warehousing, offices and ancillary space provided over two floors to the rear. The adjoining retail units, which have a gross internal area of 2,861m², have sales areas at ground floor and mezzanine levels with double height space at the front and side of the stores.

  • Awards

  • RICS South East Awards 2016

  • Media

  • AJ Specification Magazine, May 2016 Edition

  • The Grocer Magazine, 27th February 2016