DCC – Castleward Urban Village Scheme – East Midlands - Project Profile
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The Derby City Council (DCC) is undertaking the Castleward Urban Village scheme in East Midlands, the UK.
The project involves the development of 800 homes and commercial facilities on a 16,000m2 area.
It will include the construction of retail facilities, office and leisure facilities, a school, shops, cafes, restaurants and parking facilities and the installation of safety and security systems.
The project is planned to be implemented in four phases.
The first phase of the project involves the development of 164 residential units, a commercial facility on a 1,500m2 area, a new urban park and a boulevard between Derby railway station and the city center. It will be built on land provided by DCC and the East Midlands Development Agency (EMDA) and helped by acquisitions financed by the Homes and Communities Agency.
The second phase of the project involves the development of 100 residential units across two sites. One of the sites is on Liversage Street, while the other site is the Sovereign car park between Canal Street.
The scope of the other phases of the project not yet revealed.
In February 2011, HTA Planning was appointed as a planner for the project.
On March 22, 2011, Compendium Living was appointed as a developer for the project.
In June 2011, BSP Consulting was appointed as consulting engineer for the project. The scope of the contract includes full civil, structural and transportation engineering services including, transportation planning, road and drainage design, flood risk assessments and bridge building expertise.
Innes England has been appointed as lead consultant for the project.
In May 2012, Compendium Living submitted a planning application to DCC and secured approval in August 2012.
In October 2012, preparation work on the first phase commenced.
In November 2012, Compendium Living commenced archaeological survey work and demolition work for the first phase.
On June 19, 2013, construction works were commenced on the first of the project and completed in November 2016.
In June 2017, Planning application submitted for the second phase.
The project involves the development of 800 homes and commercial facilities on a 16,000m2 area at Castleward in Derby, East Midlands, the UK.
The US$164 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 164 residential units in the first phase
2. Construction of 100 residential units in the second phase
3. Construction of a new urban park
4. Construction of retail facilities
5. Construction of office facilities
6. Construction of leisure facilities
7. Construction of a school
8. Construction of cafes
9. Construction of restaurants
10. Construction of parking facilities
11. Installation of safety and security systems
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