By Adam Branson2019-04-25T23:00:00
Scheme features co-working space.
Since then, Seven Capital has been busy refining the design of the scheme, which already had planning permission in place for 242 homes. It claims the project, now dubbed Grand Exchange, will create something that doesn’t yet exist in Bracknell. Property Week caught up with Phil Carlin, managing director at Seven Capital, to find out more about the scheme and its role in the wider regeneration of the Berkshire town.
Seven Capital is perhaps best known for its work in Birmingham, where it has a portfolio of 3,000 apartments either completed or in the pipeline. But in recent years it has also started to develop projects in the South East in places such as Slough and Chelmsford.
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