It’s a green light for Phase 2!

Plans for the second phase of Pelham Waterside have been approved by Nottingham City Council.

Phase two will see a further 12 houses and 27 apartments built near the banks of the River Trent. Designed to embrace sustainability, community and nature, the extra homes will bring new residents to this popular riverside location.

Allan Fisher, Director of developer Pelham Homes, said: “We’re really pleased to be contributing to the regeneration of this area of Nottingham. This additional development has been carefully designed to attractively lie in and complement the surrounding area.”

The wharf-style town houses will create an attractive façade to the development, with their combination of cream brickwork, timber cladding and dark aluminium windows. With extensive hard and soft landscaping throughout the development, the community of people that move in will benefit from a high-quality public realm.

Steve Milan of architects CPMG, said: “We’re delighted to have received planning for the second phase of Pelham Waterside. Our design ethos is ‘people, purpose, place’, and these three principles have driven our designs from every angle.”

Sustainability is a key element of the scheme, which incorporates thermally-efficient building fabric and low-energy fittings throughout. A combination of good quality brickwork and timber cladding will provide a natural feel to the buildings, which also feature roof terraces, generously-sized windows and Juliet balconies, to allow good levels of natural daylight and ventilation throughout.

The 73 homes of phase 1 are already completed, with the last residents moving in during December 2021. For more information about Pelham Waterside, please get in touch