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Buxton Crescent Hotel and Thermal Spa

Restoration and conversion of the Grade I listed Buxton Crescent Hotel to form a new luxury 5* hotel and thermal spa as well as a visitor centre, function suite, retail units and tearooms. The Thermal Spa waters come from the natural thermal springs located beneath the buildings.

The Vision

To open the UK’s first true spa hotel for over 100 years and in doing so bring the Grade I listed buildings at Buxton Crescent back to life. The project is also a key element in the continued regeneration and rejuvenation of Buxton.

Our Role

We are providing full project management services. A major part of our role is the management of the complex redevelopment of the listed buildings and to manage a diverse group of stakeholders including the developer, HLF, county and local authorities, the hotel operator, English Heritage and Nestlé who have extraction rights for the Buxton spring water. Our role is to lead the developer's team using our extensive experience in both the heritage and leisure sectors to ensure efficient ways of working across the project and to maximise value for the client.

Key Information

Client:
Buxton Crescent Hotel and Thermal Spa Ltd
Size:
100,000 sq ft
Location:
Buxton, Derbyshire
Architect:
Stride Treglown
Project Manager:
Buro Four
Quantity Surveyor:
Northcroft
Structural Engineer:
Aecom
M&E Engineer:
B3 Building Services

Special Mention

Mary, Queen of Scots was taken to the baths at Buxton to “take the waters” in 1573 by Bess of Hardwick and the Earl of Shrewsbury.