- Project: Regent Cinema
- Client: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
- Construction Value: £9m
- Location: Teesside
Redcar’s Regent Cinema, a 1920s landmark building which once featured in the 2006 film Atonement, and which has been captured in a number of the seaside town’s postcards and posters, was closed to the public following identification of structural issues and extensive presence of asbestos. We were commissioned to provide a feasibility study for refurbishment, re-development or re-location of the cinema to support the Council’s ambitious plans to deliver tangible benefits for the town centre. The project has since been submitted for planning.