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Home Developments – UK

Developments – UK

City Road Basin, Islington, London

UK - City Road BasinThis development was a joint venture between Groveworld British Waterways and Miller Developments for 202 private apartments and 93 affordable units plus 7,000 sq ft of retail space.” Nigel Bell was a Director of Miller Developments responsible for the project in 2008.







Gloucester Quays

GloucesterGloucester Quays is the largest single regeneration scheme ever proposed within Gloucester . The waterfront site covers 25 hectares (60 acres) in the centre of the City in the areas known as Bakers Quay, Llanthony Priory and Monk Meadow. On completion the development will comprise of more than 150,000 sqm of commercial and residential floor space and have a value of over 400m GBP. Nigel Bell was a Director of Gloucester Quays responsible for setting up the joint venture between British Waterways and Peel Holdings and the liaison with Central Government regarding funding aprovals.



Diglis Basin, Worcester

UK - Diglis Basin, Worcester v2Developed by Taylor Wimpey homes on land sold by British Waterways this development is situated where the Birmingham and Worcester Canal meets the River Severn. It is a superb collection of homes which has breathed new life into the local riverside. Diglis Water has already established itself as a destination, as well as a most beautiful place to live. Nigel Bell was responsible for the sale of the land to the developer when he was a British Waterways.




Edinburgh Quay

RO - Edinburgh QuayEdinburgh Quay Ltd is the landmark £60 million mixed-use scheme at Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, which was voted the Best Regeneration project in Scotland at the Scottish Design Awards 2005. Nigel Bell was a Director on the Board of Edinburgh Quay responsible for British Waterways commercial interests.





Icknield Port Loop

IcknieldThis scheme is essentially a comprehensive regeneration of an area of 32ha (80 acres) around Icknield Port Loop and Edgbaston Reservoir in Birmingham where Nigel Bell oversaw the masterplanning process on behalf of British Waterways.





St. James Shopping Centre, Edinburgh

UK - St James Shopping CentreNigel Bell was British Coal Pension Funds development manager responsible for the refurbishment of this 1960’s shopping Mall. The development took place in the early 1990’s when significant structural works were undertake to bring a modern feel to a very tired development. This resulted in record new rents for the pension fund.




List of clients

Adalmont Developments SRL
Alchemy Development Management SRL
Blackpearl Real Estate LLP
Gold Developments SPV SRL
Irish Town Development SRL
Mayfair Real Estate SRL
Pamteck Development SRL
Platinum Development SRL
Romanian Eagle Land Fund
Santana Residential Park SRL
Sapphire Capital Partners SRL
Sintana Resorts SRL