Sheffield planners have commended approval of Godwin developments project meridian, a 23-storey Sheffield rental flats scheme with 336 build-to-rent apartment project in Sheffield city. Godwin Developments is the developer behind the 23-storey building project which will be referred as The Meridian. The building will consist of co-working spaces, residents’ lounge and gym, and also a landscaped roof garden. The construction are going to be found out at a prominently located 1.1-acre brownfield site at Farm Road corner and Queens Road, which has been vacant for many years.
Ketan Patel, senior development manager for Godwin developments project meridian, added that have worked closely with the planning department at Sheffield council since they acquired the highly prominent site last year.
The 23-storey Sheffield rental flats project of distinction and sense of place that adds positively to the city’s skyline and sets the benchmark for revitalised public spaces.
Desirable build-to-rent schemes.
The Godwin developments project meridian is a forward-looking development set up around the lifestyle and requirements of city residents. Today quite ever they need their home to be a multifunctional place which is not only for living but also for working, relaxing and socializing, hence the building’s design emphasis on wellbeing, light, quality materials and finish, also as access to non-public and shared outdoor space and community focused amenities – all within quick access of the nearby transport, parks, culture and entertainment.
By understanding and bringing to residents’ desirers the company is seeking to create build-to-rent schemes across key UK regional markets; building homes in both urban and suburban hotspots and bringing a positive outcomes for investors, local communities and economies alike.
The Godwin developments project meridian also will be an environmentally responsible project, designed with low energy modelling principles in mind and supported by a variety of strategies to naturally reduce its carbon footprint over time.
The 23-storey Sheffield rental flats proposal was prepared by Bond Bryan architects whose vision and expertise have been essential in delivering a scheme of exceptional standard.
The extended leading consultant team contains planning specialists Urbana town planning, cost advisors Rider Levett Bucknall and engineers HSP Consulting.