Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Hockley Developments gets the go ahead for duo of developments

Hockley Developments, the East Midlands-based supported living and residential development company, have had two new sites approved at planning in Nottingham, and expect to start on site on both imminently.

A development of 13 apartments plus staff quarters and communal space will be developed at Hall Street, in Sherwood, and two new blocks with a total of 16 self contained apartments and 2 staff quarters, with a lift, internal communal space and gardens, will be developed on Belconnen Road, Bestwood.

Business development manager at Hockley Developments, Rebeka Dobuma, said: “These new developments will provide much required housing for those that require it most in Nottingham city, and we look forward to working closely with Nottingham city council, and selected care providers, and handing these developments over in 2023.”

Oliver Cammell, senior architectural designer at Hockley Developments, added: “We are delighted with the two developments that we have designed, working closely with commissioners, planners and the local market to ensure we designed the optimum developments for those that will hopefully enjoy these new homes for years to come.

“We have ensured by design both developments will be sustainable, and energy efficient. Both sites are currently under utilised, and we are pleased to be able to add value in both locations, and look forward to working with the construction teams to seeing these develop over the forthcoming months.”

Hockley Developments have several other similar sites going through planning across the East Midlands.

CGI of a terrace at Hall Street

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