Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, together with its Strategic Development Partner, Queensberry, are working together to deliver an exciting new development.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
The Abbey Street development site is part of a wider network of sites identified as future development opportunities within the Transforming Nuneaton programme.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council are working together to deliver the transformation of Nuneaton town centre, to achieve a mixed used regeneration proposal aimed at boosting economic growth in the town and providing new employment opportunities.
The vision is to transform Nuneaton into a prosperous town centre. A town where people choose to:
- Live – with high quality, easily accessible town centre housing and a strong and diverse leisure offer;
- Do business – with excellent transport connections and high-quality office space for all entrepreneurs;
- Shop – with a mix of national, independent and specialist retailers; and
- Visit – through the creation of high-quality public realm and enhancing the heritage and cultural opportunities.
Queensberry is a design-focused development manager – we help local authorities and private investors reinvent their town centres and buildings, so they become better places to spend time in. Queensberry specialise in Hospitality, Residential, Office / Commercial, Food & Beverage, Retail & Leisure, Education and Healthcare sectors on a number of schemes throughout the UK.
Its current schemes include Heart of the City II, Sheffield; The Glass Works, Barnsley; Borough Yards, Southwark; Angel Central, Islington, Ilford Medical Centre, Ilford, Wathamstow Mall, London and Metquarter, Liverpool.
Queensberry has previously been instrumental in delivering numerous award-winning developments including Corn Exchange, Manchester; Victoria Square, Belfast; Southgate, Bath and Friars Walk in Newport.
The Architectural team
West Midlands based architect, Glenn Howells, have been appointed as lead architect.
We genuinely want to make the world a better place to live in.Paul Sargent- Chief Executive & Owner
At Queensberry, we understand the positive impact of great design on community wellbeing. We strive to improve the quality of the towns and cities we live in by actively being involved in their physical and economic transformations.
We want to share with you our knowledge, our vision and our love of what we do.
Who is involved?
Nuneaton and Bedworth Council
Strategic Development Partner
Glenn Howells Architects
Civil and Structural Design
Building Services Design
Transport and Highways Design