Monday, June 24, 2024

191 apartments planned for site near Nottingham train station

Plans for new apartments on Nottingham’s Waterway Street, in place of a vacant 1970’s two storey office building, have been submitted to the city council.

The proposals for the site near Nottingham train station come from Rainier Developments, and would see the demolition of the existing Waterway House building and construction of a new build development comprising 191 apartments.

The scheme would offer 122 one bed and 69 two bed flats over a block of three to eight storeys. A courtyard would serve as an amenity space for residents, incorporating green spaces.

The development would provide 22 car parking spaces and 4 disabled parking spaces, as well as 191 cycle parking spaces within cycle store rooms.

The 0.62-acre site on Waterway Street was purchased by Rainier Developments from Nottingham City Council at the start of the year.

At the time, Will Blacker, land director at Rainier Developments, said: “The area around Nottingham train station has been given a new lease of life in recent years via commercial, residential and student developments, and we are excited at the prospect of being able to add to this by helping to potentially transform an unused brownfield site.

“We will now use our extensive planning expertise to apply for planning permission for a modern redevelopment to support not only the wider regeneration of the area, but also the ongoing demand for homes.

“As a company we are keen in investing in sites that we know have the potential to enrich communities, such as this one in Nottingham, and we are actively seeking other sites nationally.”

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