Investment sites - Abbotts Park

ABBOTTS LANE

Address: Abbotts Park, Coventry West Midlands CV1 4AY United Kingdom

Size: 5.7 acres (2.3 hectares) residential site  
Planning use: Over 700 apartments and 700 sqm commercial, new public park 
Developer: Complex Development Projects Ltd
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
Local to: Belgrade Plaza, Coventry city centre

Location:

The site is situated immediately north of Coventry City Centre accessed off Abbotts Lane with a secondary access road off Upper Hill Street to the south west and occupies a prominent and highly visible location adjoining the Coventry inner ring road (A4053) and is situated in a mixed use area comprising traditional terraced houses, some commercial uses and a community fire station. It is located within walking distance of Coventry City Centre and is approximately 0.6 miles to the west of Coventry University.

Description:

  • An outline planning application has been submitted to Coventry City Council to build more than 700 apartments on land at Abbotts Lane.
  •  The £100 million scheme will create a new residential area in a highly sustainable location, providing quality accommodation to rent and buy.
  •  The development includes a central landscape water feature following the route of the culverted Radford Brook providing a linea park through the site. Central facilities will be located alongside the ‘park’.

 CDP has been working closely with Coventry City Council and other stakeholders to bring forward wider plans to extend the route to the north to Naul’s Mill Park and south to the Belgrade Plaza, improving the permeability of the area which is currently largely inaccessible by foot.

Abbotts Lane

Coventry

CV1 4AY

Map

Size

5.7 acres (2.3 hectares) residential site

Business/Planning use

Residential/Mixed Use

Developer

Complex Development Projects Ltd

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Coventry University
  • Coventry City Council
  • Homes England
  • Financial Ombudsman 

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