Boyes Turner’s development team were very pleased to be able to assist Wokingham Borough Council in connection with the legal negotiations over the development of a new venue for 10 pin bowling in Wokingham.
The project forms part of the larger Wokingham regeneration scheme and involved moving the existing ten pin bowling business next to Carnival Pool out of their existing buildings and into new facilities forming part of the ground floor of the newly opened multi-storey car park which now occupies what was the old Carnival Pool car park.
The project, which lasted for 18 months, involved negotiating the appropriate agreements with the ten pin bowling operators for the provision of the lease of the new unit as well as associated obligations relating to the construction works. This included arrangements for the smooth relocation of the ten pin bowling business from the old site to the new site so as to minimise disruption to trading.
Derek Ching, Partner in charge of the Boyes Turner’s legal support to the Council said, "Boyes Turner are very pleased to be able to assist Wokingham Borough Council in this project to help improve the environment and to deliver upgraded leisure facilities in the town. It was a challenging and complex negotiation and we were pleased to have all the documents agreed on time to fit the Council’s construction programme".
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