About Project

This fantastic development built by PMC sits alongside the River Adur in Shoreham.  Comprising 120 new homes with a mixture of three and four bedroom houses, and one and two bedroom apartments.

The complex site bordered by a raised railway embankment, was set within a disused plot of land with derelict buildings, next to the river and close to the town centre.  The challenges of building within a flood plain also had to be incorporated into the design, therefore connecting to a new Environment Agency flood defence wall and existing coastal path.

The development also consists of retail units, riverfront café and gallery, and was built over multiple phases.

 

The Café – The riverfront cafe will provide both the new and existing residents with a focal meeting point with river views.  An external seating terrace will provide an exciting destination with its direct connections to the river path back into the town centre.

Gallery – Connected to the cafe there will be a proposed gallery or flexible space for passable community use. This space may give the potential for local artists to exhibit their work in a riverside setting. Visitors can wander around exhibitions while enjoying a drink from the cafe.

Retail Unit – The community retail space at the entrance of the scheme will provide a convenience store to the locality as well as providing local employment.

  • Client

    Hyde Housing Association

  • Project Value

    £33m

  • Location

    Shoreham, UK

  • End Date

    March 2021

  • Category

    Regeneration, Residential