Investment Opportunities

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There's never been a better time to be looking at the City of Wolverhampton.

As well as our great location and connectivity, the city has a number of ready-to-go, council and partner-owned sites available for development. Take a look at the opportunities in more detail below and view a map showing their locations in proximity to the city centre.

We're committed to working with potential investors and developers to bring these exciting propositions to life. Click here to find out more.

Wolverhampton Canalside

Factfile

  • Major, mixed-use development opportunity over 4.7ha
  • Adjacent to £150 million integrated transport hub
  • Majority of sites owned by canalside partners
  • Attractive city centre living proposition for over 600 new homes
  • Immediate opportunities

1. Wolverhampton Canalside

Wolverhampton Canalside offers a unique opportunity for a distinct and regionally important development.

The 4.7 hectare site is owned by four key partners working together to regenerate the area: Canal and River Trust, City of Wolverhampton Council, Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and Network Rail and the West Midlands Combined Authority. Partners are delighted to announce the launch of the Wolverhampton Canalside Delivery Partnership to bring forward this exciting opportunity.

The site is minutes away from the city centre and Interchange and there are no complex compulsory purchase orders (CPOs) to perform. Early ideas for the site include an anchor leisure scheme clustered around existing historic buildings which could include destination restaurants and a micro-brewery. There's also the potential for residential apartments, creative workspaces and a city centre marina development. LED and mood lighting around the canals and tunnels are also being progressed.

We're open to ideas so please come and talk to us.

i9 at Wolverhampton Interchange

Factfile

  • Part of £150m Interchange project
  • 1 minute from mainline station
  • 50,000 sq.ft Grade A office space in the heart of the city
  • Ideal premises for a regional/national HQ
  • Available for occupation 2018

2. i9 at Wolverhampton Interchange

At the heart of plans to dramatically change the face of the City of Wolverhampton is the eye-catching i9 modern office development The building, set to stand opposite the award winning i10, forms part of the £150 million Wolverhampton Interchange project and will provide 50,000 sq ft of Grade A office space. i9 will be ready for occupation by the end of 2018.

Springfield Campus

Factfile

  • £100m+ high quality education, research & commercial hub
  • Home to the West Midlands Construction University Technical College, Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills and the University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment
  • Part of 4.7ha Canalside redevelopment
  • Opportunities for investor, co-developer, development funding and sponsors

3. Springfield Campus

The Springfield programme is a £100m+ initiative to transform a 12 acre, Grade II listed former brewery, into an architecture and built environment super-campus.







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Factfile

  • Unique urban village scheme
  • Based around iconic heritage buildings on 5ha site
  • Close to city centre and on direct tram line to Birmingham
  • Opportunities available now
  • Planning certainty

4. Wolverhampton Royal

Developers are urged to take a look at this exciting, five hectare city centre gateway site based around iconic heritage buildings.

The development offers opportunities for large scale, mixed use development. It boasts excellent connectivity with a direct metro tram link into Birmingham City Centre and the city’s transport interchange nearby. The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) acquired the site in March 2016 and are working closely with the City of Wolverhampton Council to create a new and exciting urban village scheme which will be part of the vision for a new Black Country Garden City.

Midlands Engine Investment Portfolio

5. Midlands Engine Investment Portfolio

With an economy worth more than £200 billion generating 13% of the UK’s Gross Value Added (GVA), the Midlands Engine is at the heart of UK growth.

The birthplace of Shakespeare and Sir Isaac Newton is today at the centre of plans for a new high speed rail network and has become an innovation hub for advanced manufacturing, automotive, life sciences and many other sectors. A home to over 10 million people and 780,000 businesses, the region includes the historic cities of Birmingham and Nottingham alongside Coventry, Derby, Hereford, Leicester, Lincoln, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton and Worcester.

Contact us for more information and to discuss investment opportunities.

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