Trent Basin and Nottingham Waterside

Trent Basin lies on the north banks of the River Trent, within an established industrial estate. The site has been designated for re-development for a number of years and its proximity to Nottingham City Centre (within 1.5 miles) and its great spot on the river Trent opposite green open space, creates a wonderful opportunity for new housing.

Together with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), developers Blueprint Regeneration and a team of designers, including masterplanners URBED, put together proposals to build new houses on the site and create some beautiful public open space around the existing basin - a water inlet off the River Trent.

The site used to be an employment site, housing a number of warehouses and industrial sheds. It is also surrounded by businesses, ranging from a Skate Park to a Tile warehouse. This it what makes the site unique; we believe that our proposals for housing will compliment nearby land uses, creating a mixed use, sustainable neighbourhood, in which people can live, work and enjoy.

Our proposals have gone through a lengthy design review process to make sure our development on Trent Basin is of the highest quality. This process follows footprint®, and this makes sure all aspects of the scheme promote a sustainable development – from making sure there are schools and fresh food shops close by, to constructing energy efficient houses and building layouts that promote walking and cycling.

HCA, Blueprint Regeneration
East Midlands
Public Consultation
Sustainability Assessments
Urban Design
Residential Schemes
Public Realm Design & Transport Planning
Mixed Use Brownfield Regeneration
Green Infrastructure & Open Spaces
Tourism & Leisure