Awards showcase best in placemaking

National Regional Property Group’s expertise in placemaking was called upon last week as the company played a central role in the Solent Design Awards. The biennial awards evening, which aims to showcase the best in placemaking, was held at Southampton Solent University and National Regional Property Group’s managing director, Allan Gordon, was …

National Regional Property Group joins lively MIPIM discussion

Developers and investors from across the south came together to discuss the future of the region during MIPIM and National Regional Property Group was right in the thick of the action. Managing Director Allan Gordon was one of the speakers at the event, welcoming guests to the lively discussion and stressing the importance of businesses within the sector …

PRS could be the key to ‘critical rental shortage’

More private rented sector (PRS) developments could be the key to solving the country’s ‘critical rental shortage’ according to National Regional Property Group. The Solent-based property developer and regeneration specialist says the relatively new model for bringing rented homes to the market is likely to play a significant part in filling the …

Queensway shortlisted for prestigious design and placemaking award

One of National Regional Property Group’s flagship projects has been shortlisted for a prestigious award and those familiar with the development have a chance to help it win. The Queensway scheme has been named as a finalist in the Solent Design Awards, which celebrate buildings that have transformed their surroundings, making a positive impact on …

Exciting redevelopment proposals for Lower East Street submitted

Exciting proposals for a mixed use scheme on the site of the former Tuned In shop and adjacent premises, opposite Debenhams on lower East Street, Southampton have been submitted to the City Council for consideration. The scheme for 116 apartments and 2 ground floor commercial units by regeneration specialists National Regional Property Group has come …

Flagship scheme starts to take shape

One of Southampton’s ‘VIP’ development projects is taking shape, with the phase 1 steel frame structure starting to rise into the skyline. The Fruit and Vegetable Market, off Queensway in the city centre, is set to provide 279 new homes as well as commercial space and developer National Regional Property Group says the first phase of the scheme …

Plans to regenerate Lower East Street unveiled to the public

Multi-million pound plans to transform a disused shopping site and create much-needed housing in Southampton City Centre have been unveiled by National Regional Property Group. It’s the latest in a series of flagship city centre projects that the company is working on, cementing its reputation as the firm that is helping to regenerate towns and cities …