All aboard as HPP obtains an additional permission for regeneration at Trent Basin, Nottingham
20 November 2017 | Ridge News
HPP is delighted to have obtained planning permission for 95 units as part of the Trent Basin Regeneration on behalf of Elevate Property Group. Connecting city life and waterside living, the permission, known as Trent Bridge Quays, represents a new waterside neighbourhood of low energy contemporary homes and apartments on the banks of the River Trent. The site, being within close proximity to the railway station and the city centre, represents a sustainable location. This approval will kick-start the western end of the waterside regeneration.
The development will consist of a range of three storey townhouses, all with terraces either to the front or rear, and apartments in large blocks flanking the River Trent and Meadow Lane. There will also be retail opportunities with two units in the development.
Leading the proposal throughout the planning process, HPP provided clear and effective advice on a unique and rapidly evolving project. The team worked closely with Nottingham City Council to achieve a deliverable scheme which will enhance the area and act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the remaining Trent Waterside area.
HPP has a track record of involvement in the Waterside Regeneration project, a development that stretches out over 250 acres of land making it one of the biggest in Europe. In 2015, HPP obtained permission for a mixed use development including retail, apartments and café floor space.
“Hunter Page Planning has successfully negotiated planning permission for 95 dwellings with Nottingham City Council and are delighted to be involved in unlocking the development potential of this site. We are delighted to have assisted Elevate bring the redevelopment of the land at Meadow Lane to fruition.“
Giles Brockbank Director HPP
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