Becketwell Regeneration Scheme Given the Green Light.

Becketwell Regeneration Scheme Given the Green Light
Published on Fri 14th February 2020

Outline planning permission was granted on Thursday the 13th February 2020 by Derby Council’s Planning Control Committee for a new scheme that looks to revitalise the Becketwell area of Derby.

It will comprise of 224 apartments in an 11-storey building, adjacent to a further five-storey building with more apartments and other mixed uses, together with offices, and planning permission for a multi-use public square.

The new development will transform an area which has lay derelict since the Duckworth Square shopping centre was demolished in 2003, and will form part of a wider set of regeneration schemes that are happening across the city, most notably the Nightingale Quarter on the site of a former hospital.

Work to start demolishing the old Debenhams began in January of this month, with other buildings in the area set to be demolished over the coming months.

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Becketwell Regeneration Scheme Given the Green Light