Midlands PR and digital agency Cartwright Communications may be appointed by FHP and FHP Waterside Living to market auto importance of Nottingham’s waterside regeneration and highlighting the opportunity to invest in a slice of riverside life.
Cartwright, alongside this market expertise on the FHP Waterside Living team, will champion regeneration on the riverside and raise knowing its importance on the city’s growth.
Liz Cartwright, Managing Director said: “The waterside is really a key area of redevelopment in Nottingham and it’s vital the reason is potential to donrrrt central area of the city’s growth and economic prosperity is maximised.
“Our partnership with FHP along with the FHP Waterside Living team allows us to reflect the breadth of chance of residents for being component of an exclusive riverside community that offers unrivalled leisure-time along with comfortable access towards work and social aspects of West Bridgford along with the city.”
FHP Waterside Living uses Cartwright’s expertise in both property and PR to develop various luxury developments for the banks of the River Trent including Trent Bridge Quays, Trent Basin, The Yacht Club Riverside as well as previous Rushcliffe Borough Council Civic Centre building, now named The Waterside, located on Trent Bridge.
David Hargreaves, Managing Director of FHP Living, said: “Nottingham has historically been behind other cities for example Bristol in terms of its waterside regeneration. I’m willing to state that won’t be so for much longer, with a quantity of incredibly exciting developments being delivered also in the pipeline. Currently i am concentrating on much more than £130 million of recent waterside developments.
“Waterside living may be a lifestyle plus a lifestyle; we’re purchasing putting the term around that Nottingham’s regeneration is flourishing along with the remaining city need to be in the same way excited. Furthermore, we feel buyers will discover strong returns on the investments since the market matures whilst simultaneously providing attractive accommodation for graduates hoping to make their home in Nottingham after university to boost the city’s graduate retention rate. Plus, these schemes will provide a wonderful home for inward investors to help Nottingham grow economically.”
Steve Parker, director of the latest homes, land and developments at FHP Living, said: “The near future for your waterside in Nottingham is bright; don’t just include the developments themselves beautiful but there are choices for every kind of homeowner. And also the top end of penthouses, the majority of the apartments will offer you affordable surviving Be an aid to Buy schemes.
“Waterside living increases the best of all possible – a city-centre postcode within arm’s reach of West Bridgford, enclosed by a peaceful and relaxing environment. There’s already a nutritious buzz about the waterside and we’re expecting to build that further within the coming months.”