Full Webinar Video & Presentations: Future Development Plans in East Midlands

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This webinar will focus on the development activity in the East Midlands.

The East Midlands is currently a major focus for investment and development, particularly due to several multi-billion pound projects being announced to connect the region like never before.

Looking to benefit and drive investment in their regions will be Chesterfield and South Kesteven Council’s and they’ll be sharing details on how they’ll be attracting investor and developers to the region. They’ve highlighted some large development sites, with a focus on employment land and they’ll discuss how this could re-shape the local authorities.

And we’ll also be joined by the private sector – and Harworth are well-known for regenerating complex brownfield sites into thriving mixed-use sites, and they’ll talk us through their latest plans in the region.

Speakers for this event include:

  • South Kesteven District Council – we’ll hear how the council is unlocking numerous development sites across the region – such as the 15-acre former Cummins Technologies site, whilst also bringing forward two new retail complexes in the region. These are just a few of the council backed projects being developed, and we’ll hear about future sites available.
  • Chesterfield Borough Council – the Council has already brought new investment into Chesterfield through the arrival of HS2 into the area and they’re continuing to look at ways of utilising this to drive further development. They’re also leading on the transformation of the town centre as they look to create a mixed-use urban village consisting of town centre homes and new shops – linking the town centre and the local transport station. And with HS2 bringing £25bn of investment into the North Derbyshire area, the opportunities will continue to present themselves.
  • Harworth Group – are bringing forward a 250-acre site in Coalville, Leicestershire and have outline consent for 2,016 new homes as well as a primary school, community centre and public realm. They are currently installing a spine road and other infrastructure works to enable the development, and are preparing land for Phase 1 of the project, which will see delivery of the first 350-480 homes. David will discuss how the scheme is progressing, and how they will work with housebuilders in the delivery of new homes as part of the project.