Godwin Developments has unveiled plans for a 200-unit £32m PRS scheme for Derby city centre. Following a public consultation which took place on Monday 16th April, plans are due to be submitted by the end of the month for the building, which, at 17 storeys, would be Derby’s tallest. The plans follow 12 months of pre-planning for the site which is a brownfield location on the North Riverside part of the city centre.
The scheme is likely to incorporate facilities such as a gym, concierge, 24hr reception, cinema room and residents’ lounges. Solar panels, electric car charging points, bike schemes and Amazon lockers are also expected to feature.
Stephen Pratt, Director at Godwin Developments said, “We are really excited to be bringing this scheme to Derby. The economic, social and cultural regeneration of the city centre is impressive and we believe The Landmark will be a market-leading city living development.”
John Forkin, Managing Director at Marketing Derby, said, “We are thrilled to see these plans for an iconic residential development that makes a statement about the ambitions of Derby to be seen as a progressive, 21st century city.”