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        Blog by Tom Bloxham MBE

        Urban Splash Newsplash - January 2019

        14 January 2019
        A 8 minute read by Tom Bloxham

        Hello and happy New Year from all at Urban Splash!

        We’ve got a very exciting 12 months ahead of us with lots of new homes and workspaces being created across the country. We wanted to share a teaser with you of what’s coming up, take a look at the details below...

        Town House, Irwell Riverside

        House moves

        In 2018 The Times says we “led the way” with House by Urban Splash, and we were awarded ‘House of the Year’ by WhatHouse. In 2019 House is coming to Wirral Waters, Merseyside, Campbell Park in Milton Keynes and New Islington, where plans for more modular apartments and Town Houses will complete Manchester’s best new neighbourhood.

        Mansion House, New Islington

        Our latest House product unveiled

        New Islington will be home to the very first Mansion House, modular apartments taking design inspiration from the much loved converted Georgian terrace. Mansion House will feature small groups of eight to ten apartments with one shared entrance, so home owners can take ownership of their shared spaces, and get to know the neighbours. Commercial space will also be available in a number of units on the ground floor. More details coming soon!

        Copper Building, Bristol

        Welcoming residents to Bristol's Copper Building

        This summer we’ll hand over homes at Copper Building, completing our work at Lakeshore in South Bristol. The lucky homeowners will have 10 acres of private gardens with a running track, orchard, allotments and a lake to keep them busy for the rest of the year. A few homes remain for sale too – you can reserve yours here.

        Melville, Royal William Yard

        Transforming Melville at Royal William Yard

        We recently announced that boutique cinema operator Everyman is moving into Melville – the imposing, central Grade I Listed building at the heart of Royal William Yard in Plymouth. We’re sensitively restoring it to create more leisure spaces, workspaces and opening up the courtyard to create more outdoor space.

        The masterplan for WIrral Waters

        Our first joint venture with Peel

        We’re working with developers Peel for the first time in 2019, establishing a joint venture which will bring 347 of our modular homes to Merseyside as part of a residential quarter within the Wirral Waterside development. You can register your interest for the first homes now.

        Boat Shed, Salford Quays

        Completing works at Boat Shed

        One of the first completions of the year will come at our Boat Shed in Salford Quays, where we’ve transformed the rundown 90s office block into a brilliant commercial community.

        Smokehouse at Smith's Dock in North Shields

        A growing neighbourhood at Smith's Dock

        Following on from Town House and Fab House at Smith’s Dock in North Shields, the first residents moved in to our Smokehouses this month. There is plenty more to come in 2019; as well as completing the rest of Smokehouses (the final apartments are on sale now), we’ll also announce details of the first commercial spaces on the waterfront, and a programme of summer events.

        The independent on Urban Splash

        Urban Splash in the press

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