Ropetackle, Shoreham: progress in pictures

PMC are making good progress on the project at Ropetackle in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex. See our progress from our eye-in-the-sky drone footage below. We are building a selection of homes for sale and shared ownership on behalf of Hyde Housing Association. The 2.69 hectare site previously comprised underutilised commercial buildings and a former metal works.

IN PICTURES: Great progress on Southampton East Street development

Construction continues on our East Street development in Southampton’s historic city centre. See our progress in pictures from an eagle-eye view. East Street, Southampton, is part of a £27m regeneration project in the heart of the coastal Hampshire city. PMC are constructing a mixed-use development of 132 built-to-rent apartments. The development also features commercial space.

New wave development, Hove.

PMC Construction complete Hove New Wave development

PMC Construction have just completed a development project for Hyde Housing Association. The New Wave development, situated on Newtown Road in Hove, East Sussex, features 59 residential apartments and a row of 6 terraced family homes. At its highest point, the apartment building reaches 6 storeys and is a graceful addition to the Brighton &

PMC break ground on new project in Southampton

Construction has begun on an exciting new residential project in Southampton’s City Centre. The build by PMC Construction introduces 132 high-quality homes on East Street, Southampton, part of the historic Old Town district in the city. The developer is National and Regional Property Group. What is the new development in Southampton? The project is a

Building communities: PMC Continue Partnership with Portsmouth Football Club

In September, PMC Construction were delighted to announce that we extended our partnership with Portsmouth Football Club for another 3 years. Over the past two years, PMC and our supply chain partners have completed 13,000 hours of work to safely redevelop stadium fittings, hospitality areas – all while preserving the legacy of the Club’s South