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Tell us what housing you’d like to see at records office site

THE PEOPLE living closest to Portsmouth records office are being asked what housing they would like to see Portsmouth City Council build on the Museum Road site. The derelict council-owned …

February 19, 2020
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Former bottling store’s £4m conversion will be done with respect

It has been used as a beer store, a Scout hut and a rifle range – and now a century-old building is a step closer to be transformed into a …

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Neighbours celebrate council creating more new homes

The people living closest to Portsmouth City Council’s latest new-build housing block celebrated the building reaching its maximum height yesterday. Local residents joined members of the construction team at a …

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Arundel Street

A modern 22-floor residential tower in Portsmouth city centre; our Arundel Street development tackles the Portsmouth housing shortage head on. To be built by the council’s wholly owned property development …

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Tipner West

This is Portsmouth’s once-in-a-generation opportunity – a unique site where land meets sea and roadway meets waterway. We’re pioneering a new way of living – car-concealed and kerbless – in …

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Brewery House

This scheme shows our ability to sensitively convert disused, well-loved local buildings into much needed homes for local people. This former bottling store, in Hambrook Street, is in a conservation …

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Albion House

The development of Albion House shows our commitment to making the best use of long-vacant sites and disused council assets. This former Southsea Community Centre site provides modern, affordable, environmentally …

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Doyle Avenue

Our Doyle Avenue scheme is designed to meet some of the many and varied needs of the people of Portsmouth by providing a mix of homes on a long empty …

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Fred Francis Close

The stunning Fred Francis Close affordable housing development was opened by three generations of the inventor of Scalextric. Fred employed thousands of local people in the factory he opened in …

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