We are delighted to confirm that Wiltshire Council’s Strategic Planning committee has unanimously resolved to grant the hybrid planning application for the mixed-use brownfield regeneration project at Innox Mills in Trowbridge.
The project will provide 255 new homes in a prominent location adjacent the railway station and town centre in a very high quality development set against the renovated and reinvigorated heritage buildings on the site, which will be converted to provide a mix of commercial space, retail space and specialist food and beverage offerings.
CampbellReith’s Bristol office have been supporting this project since 2019 and provided civil and structural engineering input including a detailed ﬂood risk assessment with ﬂuvial modelling (with support from Edenvale Young) to update the potential ﬂood level conditions and agree the ﬂood risk and ﬂood compensation area. A drainage strategy has also been developed to integrate attenuation in SuDS features with the landscaping proposals throughout and including diversion of a number of sewers in conjunction with Wessex Water to upgrade their system capacity.
Our Bristol office has also undertaken structural inspections with condition reports and repairs schedules for the heritage buildings, including the Grade II listed Mill building, the Grade II Listed Innox Place building to support Listed Building Consent and we continue to support the conversion of the Listed and heritage properties on Stallard Street under separate planning applications.
We have provided geotechnical and geoenvironmental support considering the risks associated with the ground conditions and the site’s use as the former Bowyer’s factory.
It has been great working alongside the team including Jonathan Dean Keep Architecture Chris Beaver Ian Greenhalgh Marengo Communications Rob Armour-Chelu
Images courtesy of Keep Architecture