The Woolston Shipyard development is located in Southampton, on the eastside of the River Itchen, on a 12 hectare brownfield site previously used as a ship building yard. The site was purchased by the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA), a government funded agency responsible for economic and social development in the region. The surrounding area of Woolston, a run down part of the city, is a predominantly suburban district, with a mix of terraced, semi-detached and detached two-storey dwellings that will significantly benefit from the regeneration of the shipyards.
|Site Area||12.5 hectares|
|Client||SEEDA Development &|
|The Architect||Richard Rogers Partnership|
|Infrastructure / English|
|Maxine Campbell, Mark Darbon, Philip Dennis, Andrew Morris, Richard Rogers, Laura Salisbury, Stephen Spence, Andy Young|
|Environmental Research||Campbell Reith Hill|
|Planning Consultants||Drivers Jonas|
|Quantity Surveyor||Davis Langdon & Everest|
|Traffic Engineers||Alan Baxter Associates|
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