Eco-friendly Office Building Granted Planning Permission

Bailey Partnership

Our planning application for an eco-friendly new start-up office building at City Business Park, Plymouth has been granted planning permission. 

The scheme is strictly targeting Net Zero and BREEAM Excellent to ensure exemplary best practice in design and low environmental impact construction. The site is also allocated under the Joint Local plan for employment purposes.

The brand new £6.5m, 1,800sqm, eco-friendly office space is spread over two floors and will include parking, an ancillary cafe amenity spaces and biodiversity encouraging landscaping. The scheme, which has been produced for Plymouth City Council, also includes four light industrial units to widen the business start-up offering on-site. 

The building will replace the recently demolished Computer Complex to ensure the site can continue to offer sought-after business facilities supporting a close community of like-minded businesses, with tenants benefiting from both business and social networking opportunities.

The flexible scheme is aimed at start-up businesses and could allow for over 150 employment opportunities for tenants of the site across over 30 varied workspace typologies.

We are looking forward to starting on site soon. 

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