The first three phases of predominantly residential development at Millbay are now complete and planning permission has been secured for a further phase which will see regeneration continuing on the eastern side of the historic former docks.
Plot A2 will feature a mix of 137 houses and apartments with associated parking.
Millbay now has new homes, new businesses, the new 1,000-pupil Plymouth School of Creative Arts, a 171-berth King Point Marina and the successful Dock Restaurant, all contributing to an increasingly busy and vibrant local community.
Work to build a block of flats for the elderly commenced in April 2017. When finished, 10 apartments will be put on the market with the remaining 70 available for affordable rent.
Renewable energy sources, sustainable urban drainage systems and integrated transport networks have all been incorporated into the scheme’s design.
As well as improving the quality of life for the local community and generating employment opportunities, Millbay will provide new education facilities, affordable housing and new public spaces.
A shared equity scheme for first-time buyers, as well as a sustainable procurement strategy that sources materials and trade skills locally, contribute to the ‘Profit’ pillar.
Quadrant Quay - Residential Project of the Year (41 units and over)
Michelmores Property Awards 2016
Quadrant Quay - Residential Development of the Year
Insider SW Property Awards 2015
Cargo 1 - ‘Best Housing Scheme’
Voted by the RIBA in 2009