Horlicks Factory: Before and after pictures of the Slough site

BEFORE and after aerial pictures show the transformation of the Horlicks Factory site.

The iconic factory, on Stoke Poges Lane, Slough, is undergoing work which will soon be home to 1,300 homes, a rooftop garden, a cinema, indoor atrium and more.

Recently, developer Berkeley Homes released photos of what the new site is set to look like when it’s all finished.

But do you remember what the site used to look like?

Scroll across this slider to take a look at aerial shots of how the Horlicks Factory has changed over time.

Who remembers seeing the Horlicks van outside the factory back in the day?

Slough Observer: Horlicks Malted Milk van outside the factory. Picture: Slough MuseumHorlicks Malted Milk van outside the factory. Picture: Slough Museum

 

Slough Observer: Picture: Slough MuseumPicture: Slough Museum

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As construction for the new development got underway, Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group shared some snaps of the work:

Slough Observer: A picture taken outside the Horlicks Factory in October 2020. Picture: Berkshire Industrial Archaeology GroupA picture taken outside the Horlicks Factory in October 2020. Picture: Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group

Slough Observer: Picture: Berkshire Industrial Archaeology GroupPicture: Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group

The redeveloped site is set to have a range of facilities in the factory building including a games room, concierge facility, fitness centre, cinema, workspace, an on-site café and a day nursery.

Here’s the games room:

Slough Observer: The new games room. Picture: Berkeley HomesThe new games room. Picture: Berkeley Homes

And the new indoor atrium:

Slough Observer: Picture: Berkeley HomesPicture: Berkeley Homes

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The regeneration project has been going on for a while and the site is now set to see its first load of homes ready for purchase this year.

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