Take the 360° TourKey Developments

i10Interchange

Step outside Wolverhampton Railway Station and it becomes immediately obvious you are in a city that’s changing. A brand new high quality BREEAM Excellent rated office and retail development, i10, stands proud and beyond it can be seen the state of the art bus station. But it’s nothing compared to what’s in the pipeline. Read more...


WestsideWestside

As opportunities for development in Wolverhampton city centre go, they don’t get any bigger than Westside. With a combined area of almost 3ha. and the fact that the majority of sites and existing buildings are owned by the city council – eliminating the need for time-consuming land assembly – the goal is to bring a balanced mix of high quality development into this area with new leisure facilities, restaurants, shops, homes and offices as well incorporating the city’s brand new £5.5m Youth Zone.
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SouthsideSouthside

A key area situated next to the city’s main shopping district, Southside covers an area of 3.9ha. The City Council is planning for a phased, integrated and sustainable expansion of the city centre’s retail and leisure offer in Southside. In addition, to helping existing businesses with grants to repair and refurbish premises, environmental improvements have been undertaken and the council is investing in the future regeneration of the area by acquiring underutilized sites and buildings. Read more...


Business SchoolMolineux Quarter

Many major cities are synonymous worldwide with their football clubs and the City of Wolverhampton is no different. Wolverhampton Wanderers FC’s Molineux home was one of the first modern all-seater stadiums in the early 1990’s and has undergone further redevelopment in recent years. This time round it’s as much about creating a new destination for Wolverhampton as it is cutting edge football facilities. Read more...


CanalsideCanalside Quarter

An area packed with history and a past industrial heritage, the canal basin to the north east of central Wolverhampton has been an untapped hidden gem for many years. Over the next few years it will be transformed into the Canalside Quarter, utilising it's unique character to provide both desirable city centre living and a destination for visitors with shops, walkways, cycle paths and leisure facilities. Read more...


Bilston Urban VillageBilston Urban Village

One of the city’s key regeneration areas prime for residential development is Bilston, an area with strong industrial history and longstanding communities south east of Wolverhampton City Centre. Work is now well underway on creating around 500 homes at Bilston Urban Village. The City Council, the Homes and Communities Agency and the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership have invested in the 100-acre site to prepare it for development and over the next few years it will be transformed to create a new community complete with shops and business premises. Read more...

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