Support for local artist
Following the completion of the residential development called Tewksbury Place, on Nether Street in Beeston, Wynbrook thought that one of the feature walls in the main entrance hall would benefit from the addition of some modern artwork.
The artist commissioned for the painting was local artist, Philip Royce of Alert Art. He chose to apply abstract art which follows a similar style to the Wynbrook logo which depicts the joining together of building blocks.
Work on the £1.8m development completed in September 2017, and all of the 24 apartments which comprised of one to two bedrooms ranging from £135,000 to £185,000 have been sold.
The project was Wynbrook’s first residential development in over 5 years. The complex is attracted many first time buyers as well as mature couples looking to downsize. The location is perfect for commuters travelling to the city centre with tram and bus stops a short walk away. The small town of Beeston has all the amenities required to enjoy a comfortable residence as well as bringing plenty of convenience to the surrounding area.
Commenting, Wynbrook Director, Steve Day said, “Having completed the project and sold all the apartments, it seemed appropriate to support a local artist and have them add the final finishing touches”.
“Having completed the project and sold all the apartments, it seemed appropriate to support a local artist and have them add the final finishing touches”
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