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CV1 4AY

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ABBOTTS LANE

Address: Abbotts Lane Coventry West Midlands CV1 4AY United Kingdom

Tenure: Freehold Land 
Size: 2.22 Hectares / 5.48 Acres 
Planning use: Residential/Mixed Use Development 
Developer: National Grid and Cushman & Wakefield
Planning authority: Coventry City Council

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:

The site is a large brownfield site, previously used as National Grid’s depot and operations centre which included open storage land. The site extends to approximately 2.21 hectares (5.485 acres).
The majority of buildings on site have been demolished and cleared and the site has been remediated to Open Storage standards. There are two gas governor houses situated on the site’s boundary which will remain and have been identified on the site constraints plan contained within the technical pack. 
Further property information is contained within a technical pack which includes full details of the remediation work undertaken. 

Amenities:

- A cleared Former National Grid depot and operations centre
- Suitable for number of uses such as residential, student accommodation and commercial (subject to planning)
- Situated near to Coventry City Centre
- Prominent ring road location
Availability:
A technical and legal pack is available upon request subject to the signing of a Confidentiality Licence. A site investigation report and topographical survey is included within the technical pack.

Business/Planning use

Residential/Mixed Use

Developer

British Gas / Cushman & Wakefield

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Coventry University
  • Coventry City Council
  • Homes England
  • Financial Ombudsman 
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CV7 9JU

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ANSTY PARK

Address: Junction 2 M6/M69 Coventry West Midlands CV7 9JU United Kingdom

Tenure: Freehold and Leasehold Land 
Size: 12.4 acres / 5.0 hectares
Planning use: B1 and B2 uses compatible with a high tech business park environment 
Developer: Homes and Communities Agency and Highbridge Properties
Planning authority: Rugby Borough Council

Location:

Ansty Park - strategically located at the hub of the UK motorway network, adjacent to Junction  2 of the M6, is situated at the heart of the UK close to Coventry and Birmingham. It is located approximately 4 miles north east of Coventry, 25 miles east of Birmingham and 20 miles south west of Leicester. London is approximately 95 miles to the south east.
Ansty Park benefits from a centralised location at one of the UK’s key transport hubs; with six motorway junctions within a 20 mile radius and direct access to Junction 2 of the M6 as well as being within a 150 mile drive of 82% of the UK population. As a result Ansty Park is one of the most accessible business technology parks in the UK. Coventry Central railway station is a major stop on the West Coast mainline route providing excellent links to the local transport network and the region as well as enabling commuter access to and from London in 1hr 30mins.

Description:

Ansty Park will provide 1.5 million sq ft of space set in 100 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland and has been designed to ensure that the creation and sharing of knowledge is at the heart of the park’s future development. 

Ansty Park is a sustainable development which balances environmental impacts with social and economic benefits. The masterplan reflects a landscape-driven approach. Existing landscape forms are used and enhanced, creating green buffers which will act as wildlife corridors and recreational routes. 

  • Ansty Park was a Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) core Asset (owned by BEIS and managed by Homes England)  

  • The site, which is located just off junction 2 of the M6, had capacity for 1.4 million sq.ft of B1/B2 accommodation, is now fully committed to the following occupiers: 

MTC (Manufacturing Technology Centre) including the Academy and phase 2 facilities  

LEVC (formerly London Taxi Company)  

Fanuc – Japanese Robotics / Automation Company 

AVL – Vehicle powertrain development, simulation and testing  

HTRC (High Temperature Research Centre – a JV between Rolls-Royce and University of Birmingham)  

Sainsbury’s Store Support Centre 

IPG Photonics 

Business/Planning use

B1 and B2 uses compatible with a high tech business park environment

Developer

Homes and Communities Agency and Highbridge Properties

Planning authority

Rugby Borough Council

Local companies

  • Sainsbury's 
  • Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC)
  • HTRC
  • London Taxi Company (LEVC)
  • Fanuc
  • AVL
  • IPG Photonics

www.anstypark.co.uk

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CV7 9JR

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ANSTY PROSPERO

Size: 49,000sqf

Usage: Industrial

Planning Authority: Rugby Borough Council

Developer: Manse Opus LLP

Location: 

Ansty Park will provide 1.5 million sq ft of space set in 100 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland and has been designed to ensure that the creation and sharing of knowledge is at the heart of the park’s future development. 

Ansty Park is a sustainable development which balances environmental impacts with social and economic benefits. The masterplan reflects a landscape-driven approach. Existing landscape forms are used and enhanced, creating green buffers which will act as wildlife corridors and recreational routes. 

Description:

Plot 1
- Site area - 21.93 acres / 8.87 hectares
- Capable of accommodating up to 316,486 sq ft (29,402 sq m)
- Unit sizes from 30,000 sq ft (2,787 sq m) to 154,000 sq ft (14,307 sq m) 

Plot 2 
- Site area - 7.78 acres / 3.15 hectares 
- Capable of accommodating up to 152,325 sq ft (14,151.4 sq m) 
- Unit sizes from 70,820 sq ft (6,529 sq m) up to 82,045 sq ft (7,622 sq m) 

Plot 3 
Site area – 5.65 acres / 2.287 hectares 
Capable of accommodating up to 93,025 sq ft (8,642.3 sq m) 
Unit sizes from 10,685 sq ft (992.67 sq m) up to 82,340 sq ft (7,649.6 sq m) 

Plot 4 
Site area – 31.62 acres / 12.80 hectares 
Capable of accommodating up to 650,350 sq ft (60,419 sq m)
Unit sizes from 200,000 sq ft (18,580.6 sq m) up to 650,350 sq ft (60,419 sq m) 
This plan shows two units, comprising 276,000 sq ft (25,580.6 sq m) and 311,000 sq ft (25,641 sq m) 

Plot 5 
Site area – 5.93 acres / 2.4 hectares 
Capable of accommodating a single unit of 106,160 sq ft (9,862 sq m) 

An ideal place for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering industries. 
Capable of accommodating circa 2,300,000 sq ft, B1 and B2 uses design & build. 
Minimum D&B circa 50,000 sqft 
Total plot area: 119 acres / 48.2 Ha 
Overall total developable 2,307,663 sq ft / 214,389 sq m

Business/Planning use

B1 and B2. Compatible with a high tech business park environment

Developer

Manse Opus

Planning authority

Rugby Borough Council

Local companies

  • Rolls Royce Aero
  • Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC)
  • Geely LEVC
  • Fanuc
  • AVL Powertrain

www.prospero-ansty.com

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CV1 4AH

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Address: Belgrade Plaza, Bond St, Coventry CV1 4FJ

Size of site: 1.1 acres (0.4 hectares)
Planning use: Residential, Hotel, Retail, Leisure
Developer: Downing Ltd
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
Local companies: Belgrade Theatre, Premier Inn, Cafe Rouge, Pizza Express, Bella Italia, JD Gyms

Location: 
Belgrade Plaza Car Park is well sign posted and can be accessed directly, via the west-bound slip road, from Junction 9 off the ring road.

Amenities:

Phase 3 Downing Group have provided 597 student apartments with café bar space at ground floor. The proposed 49 sheltered apartments for the elderly fronting Hill Street are to be delivered by Coventry Churches Charity. Phase 2B will have 100 residential apartments and 385 student beds are under construction

You can enjoy everything on offer from Italian alfresco dining to some good old fashioned pub grub, these include; Bella Italia, Café Rouge, Pizza Express, Signatures Café at the Belgrade Theatre, The Town Wall Tavern, The Gatehouse Tavern and The Artisan Bar and Grill. Also on site is Premier Inn and the new JD Gym.

belgradeplaza.co.uk

Business/Planning use

A1, A3, C1, C3, D2 - Residential, Hotel, Retail, Leisure

Developer

Downing

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Belgrade Theatre
  • Premier Inn
  • Café Rouge
  • Pizza Express
  • Bella Italia
  • Pure Gym
  • Coventry University

 

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CV1 1AA

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BISHOP GATE

Address: Bishop Street, City Centre Coventry, CV1 1JN

Size:  0.6 acres (0.25 hectares)
Planning use: Student accommodation
Developer: Barberry
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
Local companies: Coventry University, Belgrade Plaza

Location: 
Bishop Gate is in The Burgess area of the city centre and behind the Coventry transport museum. Coventry train station is just 1.6 miles away.

Description:

Delivery of further student and residential accommodation at Bishop Gate, Coventry.  Phase 1 was delivered in 2018 with three further student and residential phases progressing.

Industrial/Logistics ‘Mid-box’ development pipeline of 860,000sqft across 16 buildings speculatively delivered and let in 2018, £21m of speculative development completing in May 2019 with planning consents in place to deliver a further £74m across 9 buildings.

The deal continues the major improvements already seen to this area of the city centre. Adjacent to 50 Bishop Street the 12th century Grade I Listed former Grammar School is being redeveloped in a £9m project by Coventry Transport Museum to create a world class visitor attraction.

Business/Planning use

A1, C3, D2 - Student accommodation

Developer

Barberry Developments Ltd

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Coventry City Council
  • Coventry University
  • Coventry city centre

 

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CV1 1LF

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CITY CENTRE SOUTH

Address: Coventry City Centre, Coventry, CV1 1LF
Size of site: 17 acres (6.9 hectares)
Planning use: Residential, Retail, Leisure
Developer: Shearer Property Group
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
 

Location: Off Junction 6 off the Coventry ring road, within Coventry city centre 

Description: Delivering a major retail and leisure led regeneration scheme linked to Friargate, the £200m City Centre South project will transform the city centre and has outline planning consent to deliver a new anchor store, shops, a cinema, restaurants, hotel and car park parking.

City Centre South presents an outstanding investment opportunity to provide a mixed use regeneration scheme in a strategically important location.

  • Mixed use regeneration scheme in southern end of city centre covering Bull Yard, Shelton Square, Market Way, City Arcade and Hertford Street 

  • Site occupies a strategic location in the heart of the city centre, which links directly with both Friargate scheme and CCC’s new ‘The Wave’ leisure centre 

  • Estimated Gross Development Value approx. £300m+ 

  • £98.8m funding secured from West Midlands Combined Authority 

  • Shearer Property Group has been appointed as the developer to deliver the scheme which will transform the city centre, significantly improving the quality of Coventry’s retail, housing and leisure offer and delivering a step change in people’s perceptions of the city 

  • This new and improved environment will increase footfall to the city centre and significantly broaden the catchment shopper population through the delivery of a modern, and future proofed, city centre experience 

Following the development of City Centre South, Coventry is expected to elevate its position to become the second largest retail destination in the West Midlands.

Business/Planning use

Class Code: A1, C3, D2: Retail, Leisure, Residential

Developer

Shearer Property Group

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • IKEA
  • Friargate
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View full details of Coventry - Gulson Road

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CV1 2JP

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Coventry - Gulson Road

Address: Gulson Road, Coventry CV1 2JP

Size of site: 0.8 acres (0.3 hectares)
Planning use: Residential
Developer: Rainier Developments Ltd
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
Local companies: Coventry University, Technology Park

Location

This is a key site located on the edge of the Coventry Ring Road which Rainier Developments identified as having the potential to provide a gateway building signalling an arrival point on the main route from Warwick to Coventry. 

Description

This is a key site located on the edge of the Coventry Ring Road which Rainier Developments identified as having the potential to provide a gateway building signalling an arrival point on the main route from Warwick to Coventry. The land is adjacent Coventry University and is walking distance to many key amenities. Rainier Developments have secured a full planning consent for 167 apartments including a 16-storey residential tower as the landmark building. The existing use of the site is a car spares retail shop and surface car park. Our proposals will improve the urban landscape and provide high quality homes for people who wish to live in this vibrant city. 

Business/Planning use

C3 - Residential

Developer

Rainier Developments Ltd

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

Local companies / organisations include:

  • Coventry University
  • Coventry Technology Park
  • Coventry City Council
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CV3 4FW

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Coventry and Warwickshire Gateway

Size: 260 (phased development)
Planning use: Industrial, R&D, Hotel, Ancillary Retail, Storage and Distribution
Developer: Coventry and Warwickshire Development Partnership
Planning Authority: Coventry City Council, Warwick District Council
Local companies: Jaguar Land Rover Head Office, UK Battery Industrialisation Centre

Location:
The scheme enjoys significant frontage to the A45 Coventry Road, close to its juncture with the A46, both recognised as the city's major arterial connections to the surrounding motorway network and in particular the M6, the M40 and the M1. Both Birmingham and Coventry Airport are within a short drive, the latter being within two miles of the scheme.

Description:

Coventry & Warwickshire Gateway is a two phase development located to the South East of Coventry straddling the A45 and the City border with Warwickshire. The initial development, currently underway, is creating a 60 acre mixed use business park of which 29 acres will become an extension to the Jaguar Land Rover global headquarters at Whitley and will also be home to the UK Battery industrialisation Centre (UKBIC).

This will be followed by a further 200 acres of land capable of providing 3.6 million sq ft of large B2/B8 warehousing on a site benefiting from a prime central location.

Business/Planning use

Industrial, R&D, Hotel, Ancillary Retail, Storage and Distribution

Developer

Coventry and Warwickshire Development Partnership

Planning authority

Coventry City Council, Warwick District Council

Local companies

  • Jaguar Land Rover Head Office
  • UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC)
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View full details of Coventry Station Extension

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CV1 2GT

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Coventry Station Extension

Address: Coventry West Midlands CV1 2GT United Kingdom

Size: 10 acres (4 hectares)
Planning use: Transportation Hub, Retail, Car Parking 
Developer: Network Rail / Coventry City Council
Planning authority: Coventry City Council

Location:

Station Masterplan of £82m programme to transform Coventry Railway Station, works on Warwick Road to create the tunnel are complete and footbridge constructed. The scheme will deliver extra capacity, accessibility and a better first impression of Coventry and due to complete by 2021.

The scheme proposes:

  • A second station entrance building, facing Warwick Road and providing step free access to platforms, which would also create five new shops
  • A second, fully glazed footbridge connecting all four platforms and extended platform canopies
  • A 644 space multi-storey car park to the east of Warwick Road
  • A bus interchange connected directly to the station building via a new access tunnel under Warwick Road
  • Road improvements – including a new link road to connect Central Six to the ring road and another to link to the new car park
  • A new bay platform to enable improvements for NUCKLE (the planned Nuneaton, Kenilworth to Leamington service) and allow improved services to Nuneaton and Arena

www.coventry.gov.uk/stationmasterplan

Business/Planning use

Transport Hub, Retail, Car Parking

Developer

Network Rail / Coventry City Council

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

Local companies include:

  • Coventry City Council 
  • Friargate
  • Financial Ombudsman
  • Homes England
  • Coventry Technology Park

coventry.gov.uk/stationmasterplan

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View full details of Coventry Telegraph Regeneration

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CV1 1GY

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Coventry Telegraph Regeneration

Address: Corporation Street, City Centre, Coventry CV1 1GY

Size of site: 2.74 acres (1.1 hectares)
Planning use: Hotel / Student Accommodation
Developer: Complex Development Projects Ltd
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
Local companies: Belgrade Plaza, Coventry Transport Museum

Description:

2.5acre regeneration project in Coventry city Centre.  £120m overall project investment including a 4* Boutique Hotel and 1,200 student bedrooms. Partnership of CCC with Complex Development Projects who will retain ownership of the 88 bedroom hotel to be managed by Bespoke. The hotel retains the iconic 1950’s Coventry Telegraph Building. Student housing is being delivered by Olympian Homes. 

Business/Planning use

C3 - Hotel/Student Housing

Developer

Complex Development Projects Ltd

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Belgrade Theatre
  • Belgrade Plaza
  • Coventry Transport Museum
  • Coventry University
  • Coventry city centre

 

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View full details of Daimler Wharf

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CV1 4DQ

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DAIMLER WHARF

Address:  Coventry West Midlands CV1 4DQ United Kingdom

Size: 6 acres / 2.4 Hectares 
Planning use: Residential, Leisure, Employment 
Developer: The Wigley Group
Planning authority: Coventry City Council

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:

Master planning of a mixed use, canal-side site in Coventry. The development of over 6 acres between Sandy Lane and the Coventry Canal, and adjacent to the highly-successful Electric Wharf live-work scheme. Daimler Wharf will be within easy walking distance of the Canal Basin and city centre. The scheme – which will include the Daimler Powerhouse arts complex – will feature houses, apartments, employment and some leisure and recreation.  

Local developers and site owners The Wigley Group will be working up the outline scheme over the next 12 months.

thewigleygroup.com

Business/Planning use

Class Code: D2, C2, C3, B1 - Residential, Leisure, Employment

Developer

The Wigley Group

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

Electric Wharf

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CV1 2FJ

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FRIARGATE

Address: Friargate, City Centre, Coventry, CV1 2FJ
Size: 36 acres (14.6 hectares)
Planning use: Business, Retail, Leisure, Residential
Developer: Friargate JV Project Limited
Planning authority: Coventry City Council
Local companies: Coventry City Council, Financial Ombudsman, Homes England

Location:
Friargate sits in an unrivalled location at the very heart of the UK. The train station, at the centre of the development, has high speed direct links to Birmingham and London, as well as other fantastic locations.

Birmingham Airport is a mere 10 minute train journey away, offering a huge range of international destinations, which now include the west coast of the USA and the Far East. There will also be a connection to the new HS2 Interchange Station when it is completed in 2026, located adjacent to Birmingham Airport.

Access to the M6, M42 and M69 is also convenient, linking Coventry to the rest of the country through the national motorway network.

By road, rail and air there are few developments, of any size, that can boast connectivity on the same scale as Friargate.

Description:

Friargate is one of the largest mixed-use developments in the Midlands. An ambitious new business destination, Friargate is delivering prime new office space, hotels, homes, shops, restaurants and public space – all next to Coventry railway station and only a five minute walk from the city centre

Coventry City Council’s building ‘One Friargate’ was completed in September 2017 and is now fully occupied.  Parts of the 11,613 sqm building are now let to The Financial Ombudsman Ltd and Homes England.

The whole development will provide c.297,290 sqm of development space and generate 15,000 new jobs.  In total, Friargate will deliver 25 sustainable new buildings including 213,677 sqm of Grade A offices, two hotels, 19,974 sq.m of retail, up to 400 new homes plus 10,219 sqm of leisure space

The Council entered into a new Joint Venture (Friargate JV Project Limited) in January 2019 which will oversee all development activity in Friargate.

Planning Consent for a second office, Two Friargate, has been granted, extending to 12,635 sqm net.  Detailed construction design is about to commence in order to deliver a contemporary Grade A office building, perfect for modern business, for occupation by 2021

Friargate benefits from direct access to London in under an hour and is only 10 minute train journey from Birmingham Airport – with connections to Dubai and the USA. There are few developments, anywhere in the country, that are as well connected as Friargate

friargatecoventry.co.uk
 

Business/Planning use

Business, Retail, Residential and Leisure

Developer

Friargate JV Project Limited

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Coventry City Council
  • Financial Ombudsman
  • Homes England

www.friargatecoventry.co.uk

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View full details of Prologis Park, Keresley

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CV6 4BX

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PROLOGIS PARK - KERESLEY

Size: 1.6 acres (0.6 hectares)
Planning use: Office, warehouse and industrial
Developer: Ashford Developments
Planning Authority: Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
Local companies: GEFCO, Co-op, Ericsson, Halfords, Terex, British Gas, Dunlop

Location: 
Prologis Park Coventry is one of the country’s most successful industrial parks. The scheme provides more than 1.5 million sq. ft. of warehousing and is excellently located three miles from Junction 3 of the M6.

Description:
Prologis is the leading global provider of industrial real estate with properties and development projects expected to total approximately 585 million square feet in markets across the Americas, Europe and Asia. Its modern facilities in 21 countries are leased to more than 4,700 customers who include manufacturers, retailers, transport companies, third-party logistics providers and other enterprises.

Prologis is one of the few real estate companies able to take a leading role in both global and regional markets – including the UK – as a property developer, owner and manager. Providing customers and investors with modern accommodation that is designed and built to high standards of sustainability, Prologis offers the development expertise required to build bespoke facilities that are designed to suit customers’ precise needs.

Business/Planning use

B1, B2 and B8 - Office, Warehouse and Industrial

Developer

Ashford Developments

Planning authority

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

Local companies

  • GEFCO
  • Co-op
  • Ericsson
  • Halfords
  • Terex
  • British Gas
  • Dunlop
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CV3 4RP

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RETIREMENT LIVING DEVELOPMENT (Bond Street)

Address:  CV1 4AN
Size: 0.6 acres (0.2 hectares)
Planning use: Residential
Developer: Deeley Group
Planning Authority: Coventry City Council
Local companies: Coventry University

Location: 
 

Description:

Deeley Construction appointed to complete new £6.8million development on Bond Street in the city centre of Coventry. The project has broken ground and is expected to be completed by April 2020

deeley.co.uk

Business/Planning use

Class Code: C2 - Residential

Developer

Deeley Group

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

Local companies include:

  • Coventry City Council
  • Coventry High Street
  • Coventry University

deeley.co.uk

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Size:  5.49 acres (2.21ha)   
Location:
Located at the tip of the Friargate development to the South on the Eastern edge of the proposed City Centre South redevelopment, just south of High Street.

Description: 

  • Creation of a £36.7million dynamic water park and leisure facility in the south side of the city centre 
  • Elevated Waterpark including 6 water slides, children’s splash pad, Wave Pool & Lazy River, a 25m x 4 lane pool, Day Spa, 120 station gym, squash courts, café and crèche
  • Landmark building appropriate for the city centre 
  • £13.5 million investment into a new 50 metre swimming pool and enhancement of public leisure facilities at the Alan Higgs Centre  
  • 50 metre swimming pool, retractable boom, 2 x movable floors, 500 spectator seats, 100 station gym and new spinning studio.  
  • CAWAT have spent £1.5m on the re-provisioning of the 60 x 40 metre indoor football barn 
  • The new facilities are set to open in Autumn 2019. 

Class Code: D2 
Usage: Assembly and Leisure
Planning Authority:  Coventry City Council

Business/Planning use

D2

Developer

Buckingham Group

Planning authority

Coventry City Council

Local companies

  • Coventry City Council
  • Coventry University
  • Severn Trent Ltd
  • Coventry city centre
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