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Middlesbrough based Aspect Plastering awarded further contracts, this time on the new Marston's Tavern development "The Sandstone Nab"

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Following the successful completion of our walls, ceilings and plastering contract to The Six Medals in Middlesbrough, Aspect Plastering has been awarded a new contract to complete the Wall Boarding and Suspended Ceiling Installations to a new pub in Eston.

Work is well under way on the Sandstone Nab near Tesco Extra on the A1085 Trunk Road which is due to be completed in November.

The pub is part of national pub chain Marston’s new build development programme which aims to deliver between 25 and 30 new-build pub restaurants in 2015 - the nearest being Six Medals in Middlehaven, which opens in a few weeks.

“The Sandstone Nab is named after the Eston Nab which is a local landmark made of sandstone, to those who live along the River Tees,” said Alex Watson, area manager for Marston’s Inns and Taverns.

“We are looking forward to opening our doors and welcoming the people of Eston.”

When opened the Sandstone Nab will be a family-friendly restaurant with indoor and outdoor children’s play areas.

It will offer a two-for-one deal on all main courses and its menu will be packed with traditional pub favourites such as fish and chips and steak and pedigree ale pie, alongside a varied and changing specials board plus a pizza oven.

The bar will serve a variety of drinks including Marston’s fresh cask ales from the chain’s five breweries, as well as a range of wines, ciders, soft drinks and spirits.

“We’re extremely excited about our latest pub, which we hope will build a great reputation locally, offering top quality pub food and an unrivalled selection of cask beers from across the country,” said Matt Avery, area operations manager for Marston’s Inns and Taverns.

The development - part of the Greater Eston regeneration efforts - on the three-acre farmland site next to Tesco includes a McDonald’s, which will create about 65 full-time and part-time jobs.

A statement supporting the original application stated the project will be a “significant” investment into the South Bank ward.

It said: “The proposal would create a significant number of new jobs in an area where unemployment levels are high. This would contribute towards the delivery of a thriving local economy.

“The site is located in a hugely sustainable location, is not at risk of flooding and would not result in the loss of or harm to any heritage assets or important wildlife habitats.”

A new access road will be built from the Trunk Road while the existing farm access will be closed.

The development includes 111 car parking spaces. The £40m Tesco store at Low Grange Farm opened last year.

It is part of the wider efforts to regenerate the area, which have included the Low Grange Health Village and library which opened in 2010 and a £3.5m eco-village in South Bank, which was completed in 2011.

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