Fruit and Vegetable Market, Southampton
A £60m regeneration project that is transforming the city’s run-down fruit and vegetable market into a striking set of apartment blocks with associated retail space. The scheme marks Southampton’s first ever Private Rented Sector (PRS) development and forms a significant part of the city’s council’s masterplan.
Once complete it will feature 280 one and two-bedroom apartments, split across three blocks in an ‘L’ shape. Nearly 900 sqm of commercial space will be split between two of the blocks, with flexible commercial units offering space for retailers.
National Regional Property Group is developing the scheme through every stage, from securing investment and obtaining planning permission through to organising a relocation package for former tenants, managing contractors and ultimately handing over the building to Atlas Residential.
Due for completion Mid 2018
National Regional Property Group’s ‘Queensway’ project in Southampton City Centre has seen a dilapidated eyesore turned into a modern housing development, providing much-needed affordable housing for local people.
The £12m scheme involved the demolition of an old bar and nightclub and the construction of 52 affordable homes, including family-sized town houses and one, two and three bedroom flats. A number of the homes are shared ownership, giving first time buyers previously unable to afford a city centre residence the chance to get on the property ladder.
Completed August 2015
East Street, Southampton
A c£27m mixed-use regeneration project to transform a key part of Southampton City Centre which will feature 132 contemporary one and two bedroom apartments and is the second Build to Rent project in the city. The development will also provide 462 sqm of commercial space and a provision of 49 car parking spaces for residents.
National Regional Property Group has purchased the site and obtained planning permission along with securing investment. It will be responsible for the construction with contractors PMC Construction before handing the building over to Grainger plc.
The project is due for completion in late 2020.