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 …

Filipe Martins joins expanding Portsmouth team

National Regional Property Group has expanded its team with the appointment of Filipe Martins as development manager. He joins as the Portsmouth-based property development company takes the lead on an increasing number of regeneration projects across the Solent region and has grown its team as a result in order to progress projects through to planning …

Allan Gordon joins Wayne Hemingway MBE on future of Portsmouth panel

Leading experts in planning and design are set to come together to discuss the future of Portsmouth’s urban landscape this month and National Regional Property Group will be right at the centre of the action. Managing director Allan Gordon will form a part of the panel at the inaugural University of Portsmouth Industry and Alumni Breakfast, which …

Multi-million pound ‘catalyst’ plans get the green light

Multi-million pound plans that could kickstart the regeneration of a Hampshire town have been given the green light by councillors. Havant Borough Council’s planning committee last night (Feb 25) approved National Regional Property Group’s application for outline planning permission to redevelop a section of Market Parade in Havant. The £15m plans …

Hampshire & Regional Property Group to sponsor regional architectural awards

National Regional Property Group has reinforced its commitment to excellence in design by stepping on board as a sponsor of the Solent Design Awards 2016. Led by the Partnership for Urban South Hampshire (PUSH), the awards showcase the very best in architectural excellence across the region. Previous winners have included The Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth …