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Tipner West

Portsmouth’s once-in-a-generation opportunity

Dunsbury Park A new business gateway to the south

Dunsbury Park is an award-winning business park next to junction 3 of the A3(M) on the London/Solent corridor.

Tipner West is a unique site where land meets sea and roadway meets waterway. Pioneering a new way of living – carless environments with kerbless access – in one of the most ambitious and innovative housing and employment developments the south coast of England has ever seen.

Visionary regeneration of this strategic site will build a new visual and economic gateway to the City creating thousands of new homes and turning water into new jobs.

Tipner West will bring £1b+ investment, More than 4,000 new homes, one million sq ft of marine employment and 2,250 metres of waterfront.

City centre regeneration Securing the long-term future of the city centre

£1b+ programme of city centre regeneration initiatives will be nationally recognised as exemplary for innovation, inclusivity and environmental responsibility.

The health and needs of residents, businesses and the communities within the city centre will be the heartbeat for regeneration.

Future-proof plans for the city centre include: 2,600 new homes, 9,700 new jobs, 154,000 sq m of employment space and 25,000 sq m of leisure facilities. developments/city-centre

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Thousands of new jobs will be created at this unique, natural parkland site. Dunsbury is already home to the global headquarters of outdoor lifestyle clothing brand Fat Face, international logistics giant DPD and Volkswagen specialists Breeze Motor Group. The £140m+ project across 45 acres will deliver: units from 20,000 sq ft to 200,000 sq ft and planning permission for 665,000 sq ft of manufacturing, industrial, distribution and office space.

Lakeside North Harbour

The south coast’s premier business campus

Set in stunning 130-acre landscaped grounds; Portsmouth City Council acquired Lakeside in 2019 for £138m as part of one of the UK’s most ambitious local government funded property investment portfolios.

Lakeside is home to world-class brands and vibrant SMEs located in superb, flexible grade A office space. Conveniently located on J12 of the M27 Lakeside is home to 100 companies and 4,000 jobs on one campus with 100,000 sq m of grade A office space, offices available from 3,600 sq m to 36,000 sq m and planning permission for a further 69,000 sq m.

The City also boasts premier industrial, distribution and warehouse locations including:

• Voyager Park with 46,500 sq m of modern employment space.

The whole site has been levelled and is served by a link road, superfast broadband and 9MVA power. The business location of choice

Portsmouth is in the top 10 cities in the UK for the percentage of the population with access to superfast broadband and will be a Gigabit city by 2021.

The local full fibre network will attract £50m of private and public sector investment starting with £3.8m of government funding.

Portsmouth offers a range of business centres, premises and locations across the City with space, facilities and working environments to suit all types of businesses.

• Merlin Park with new units from 850 sq m to 12,950 sq m and with planning permission for around 15,000 sq m of industrial, warehouse, office or research and development uses.

• 5 Interchange Park providing brand new industrial headquarters accommodation of 3,000 sq m on the market at only £10.50 per sq ft.

Portsmouth also offers excellent innovation and business incubation space across the City in first class centres ranging from the quirky Hot Walls Studios, Port 57 and Aspex Gallery through to the University of Portsmouth’s Innovation Space for university spin outs and the iconic Technopole, which is ideally suited to high growth tech businesses.

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