Approval for revised marina development | South West real estate news


The redevelopment of a former shipyard in Noss on Dart has reached another milestone, with the approval of revisions to a hotel and residential project as part of the new marina complex.

Working with developer Premier Marinas, hotel design specialist Dexter Moren Associates (DMA) has completely overhauled the internal layouts of the program previously agreed to by Harrison Sutton Partnership.

In doing so, he optimized the space and created a more convenient business.

Aligned is a 69-room spa hotel — with the spa facilities having been revamped to include an expansive outdoor terrace — and a 44-unit upscale residential program.

Paul Wells, Partner at DMA, said: “This was a precise and complex redesign that we approached with an appreciation of the client’s aspirations for the site, as well as a solid understanding of hotel operations and how whose current facilities could be improved.

“While the design of the exterior residential unit building is primarily the result of the Harrison Sutton Partnership program, the internal layouts are all by DMA and exemplify our cross-industry expertise, from hospitality to residential design.

“Working within the approved envelope, we have delivered a brand new layout that benefits both occupant and client.”

He added: “The marina provides an ideal environment for a development of this quality. Between the marina, hotel and residential apartments, we hope this development will create a vibrant new future for the area, with the potential to further secure 140 years of maritime activity and employment.

DMA completely redesigned the internal layouts of previously approved applications with the goal of “enhancing the value and operational efficiency of the building” and improving its overall building capability.

A central plaza, around which the hotel and residential apartments stand, has also been redesigned to improve access for residents and guests, and allow the relocation of a war memorial to the workers of the former shipyard who lost their lives during the First and Second World Wars. .

The project is expected to start on site at the end of the third quarter or the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2022.


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