The work, carried out by 4D Design & Build, involved changes to the showroom and aftersales area, and included updating the premises to Peugeot’s latest CI specifications.
Externally the stonework was cleaned and Peugeot’s ‘blue box’ cladding was installed on the traditional bath-stone building. The showroom has been enhanced with new flooring, ceiling, lighting and desks.
“The relaunch of our City Centre arm marks a new lease of life for Templegate as we strive to continue to provide a high standard of customer service, advice and quality cars,” says Paul Walker, general manager at the dealership.
Comprehensive disabled adaptions were made to the site, including the installation of a disabled specification personnel lift and new entrance doors.
Overall the refurbishment took three months. Walker says that staff worked hard to keep disruption to a minimum.