THE opening of the new gardens at the Horlicks Quarter was celebrated last week.

Berkeley Homes welcomed Slough MP Tan Dhesi and local councillors on June 23 to mark the completion of the first public space, Aquifer Gardens, within the development.

It is located at the heart of the Horlicks Quarter, providing a spacious communal space for residents and members of the public.

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Aquifer Gardens is framed on three sides by the main apartment residences, Darjeeling House, Artesian House, and Aquifer House.

Slough Observer: Picture: Simon WinsonPicture: Simon Winson

Land and development director or Berkeley Homes Caroline McHardy said the opening of Aquifer Gardens marks another “major milestone” in the creation of Horlicks Quarter.

“We were delighted to welcome our first residents into Darjeeling House in April, with over 65 apartments now occupied,” she said.

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“Meanwhile, works continue with the restoration of iconic landmarks on the site such as the Clocktower and major refurbishment of the Horlicks Factory building, with apartments now available for sale.

“We were thrilled that some of our key local councillors and residents were able to join us to mark this momentous occasion.”