FaulknerBrowns' Vaux brewery in for planning

Vaux 2 - Approach from Keel Square pedestrian crossing (3)

Previous phase of Sunderland scheme delayed by Carillion collapse

The firm behind the redevelopment of the former Vaux Brewery site in Sunderland has lodged FaulknerBrowns' plans for its second phase.

This phase of the project, which is being developed by Siglion Developments and was masterplanned by Urbed, is currently being considered for planning by Sunderland council.

The FaulknerBrowns-designed second phase Vaux 2 follows the project’s first stage, known as the Beam Building, which was designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.


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