Ambitious plans to create a new hub in Nottingham’s biggest suburb with new homes and leisure facilities will be revealed to the public.
Demolition work is set to start soon to pave the way for the £1.25bn redevelopment of the Thameside 22-acre Stag Brewery site in Mortlake, south west London.
According to proposals, 427 apartments will be created in the area described as ‘Pumpfields’ – 108 studios, 167 one-bedroom flats and 152 two-bedroom flats, including eight duplex units and 21 ‘fully accessible’ units. Most apartments will benefit from private balconies and residents will also have access to communal roof terraces.
Bryson are excited to partner with NLG (Never Let Go) in offering a clever, simple system to secure every tool at height.
M41 is a market hall encompassing a new-build design which has been conceived to provide a development deemed appropriate and sympathetic to the locality.
The council is looking to transform the Queensway site in central Southend-on-Sea. It is proposing a 30-year partnership to fund, develop and manage the housing-led regeneration project, which has the opportunity to create approximately 1,300 new homes.
Sunderland City Council has confirmed they are now rebidding Carillion’s stalled Vaux brewery project. The Vaux project was the first spec office scheme in Sunderland for many years.
Housing association Metropolitan has gained qualified planning for plans to build more than 2,500 homes, a new central park and community hub with shops and community facilities at Clapham Park in south London.
Planning applications have submitted a regeneration scheme in north Norwich that would create more than 1,200 new homes.