BSP Holdings invests in Southside regeneration, submitting plans for gateway residential scheme

BSP Holdings has invested in the regeneration of Nottingham’s Southside with a planning submission for the redevelopment of their site on Wallet Street.

BSP Holdings has submitted a formal planning application for the redevelopment of the site on Wallet Street which will see the creation of 1- and 2-bedroom apartments along with undercroft parking.

The application is further evidence of the regeneration of Nottingham’s Southside. It is proving to be a popular location for residents given that it is ideally located equidistant from the City Centre and West Bridgford, and just a few minutes’ walk from Nottingham’s train station and tram network.

BSP Holdings will target the apartments to local residents, including families and young professionals. Subject to planning, construction works are due to start in the summer of 2020.

Steven Singh, Senior Partner at BSP Holdings commented “This is the first of two sites we are bringing forward in Nottingham’s Southside regeneration zone. There is a flurry of development activity that is promising to create a thriving residential district of Nottingham.

“Wallet Street, Gala and Bridgford Point, along with our other sites in the area are a testament to the hard work undertaken by BSP Holdings over recent years. We are continuing our growth trajectory and expanding our workforce to support this growth.”

Richard Singh, Director BSP Holdings said: “This truly is exciting times for BSP Holdings with two planning applications for large sites submitted within as many weeks.”