In Permission secured, Residential

On behalf of Cassidy Group, DPP have secured planning approval residential scheme which is at the heart of a wider regeneration initiative in Rugby.

DPP secured unanimous approval for the 360-apartment scheme at Rugby’s virtual planning committee last week.

Designed by Maber, the four blocks of apartments will provide a mix of 1- and 2-bedroom units serving the build-to-rent market. The site is located directly adjacent to Rugby train station, offering direct links to London Euston in under one hour. As such, DPP built a successful planning case on the proposals meeting a different housing need.

This consent comes within a week of DPP securing consent for 319 build-to-rent apartments in Nottingham.

Commenting on the positive outcome, Director Gareth Hooper said:

“This consent will not only deliver a high-quality build-to-rent product in Rugby, but it also represents the final piece of the regeneration of the former cattle market site, bringing with it a new gateway to the town and an opportunity for wider renewal. The applicant has worked hard with the design team to deliver a viable but high quality product so it is pleasing that was reflected in the comments of the planning committee members.”

Images: Maber


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