Olive Lane is our proposed 'heart of the community' scheme, designed to join together the AMP and the residential development through high-quality commercial, community and residential uses to act as a vibrant centre for Waverley.
A NEW HEART FOR WAVERLEY
The scheme has been designed by Harworth in close collaboration with Coda Architecture, PWP Landscape Design and BE Design, with a number of CGIs of intended development shown on this page. The plans comprise retail uses, a gym, offices, restaurants and cafes, a supermarket, a medical centre, community space, a bus hub and residential development, all of which will create a vibrant centre for local people. It is proposed to be developed on around 10 acres of land that sits between the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) and the site’s existing residential area.
The centre will support Waverley’s burgeoning resident population, which currently numbers over 2,500 people, in addition to the 2,000 workers at the AMP where occupiers include Rolls-Royce, McLaren Automotive and the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. These occupiers have recently been joined by the UK Atomic Energy Authority, following the practical completion of its new 22,300 sq. ft nuclear fusion research facility in October 2020.
Harworth is now sharing its plans with residents and workers ahead of the submission of a planning application in 2021. It is also actively seeking expressions of interest from potential occupiers to add to the growing list of interested parties wanting to take space at the proposed development.
For all enquiries please contact our agents here.