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Cumbrian Way

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The new scheme

Before

The new scheme

(Artist impression)

Cumbrian Way shopping parade is located in the Millbrook area on the west side of Southampton and is in the Millbrook ward. 37 – 55 (odds) Cumbrian Way was a local shopping centre built to serve the immediate neighbourhood. The site also included the local housing office.

Part of Cumbrian Way Shopping Parade, where the Headway clinic used to be, has been developed to provide 16 new council homes under the Local Authority New Build Scheme. Details can be found by clicking on ‘New Council Homes’ in the left hand menu on this page.

Background

  • Cabinet approved the disposal of Cumbrian Way Shopping Parade to Radian Group on 11 April 2011
  • Radian Group and Drew Smith will be undertaking this redevelopment
  • Planning Permission was granted on 17 April 2012 to build 50 new homes and two new shops: (You will find a link to planning application at the bottom of this page)

16 x private flats:
16 x 2 bed flats

12 x low cost home ownership:
12 x 2 bed flats

22 x affordable rent:
12 x 3 bed houses
10 x 2 bed flats

Commercial units totalling 134sqm

  • Demolition completed in July 2012. Photos are available in the image gallery in the left hand menu
  • Urban Rescue carried out a live exercise in May 2012. Photos are available in the image gallery in the left hand menu
  • Highways work commenced at Helvellyn Road in August 2012
  • Permanent Stopping Up Orders granted to enable development to commence
  • Helvellyn Road is now a one way system

What happens next?

  • Highways work to be completed at Helvellyn Road April 2013
  • Start on site estimated April 2013
  • Completion estimated March 2015

Economic Development and Regeneration are working with Estate Regeneration to support local jobs and training for residents. For more information you can email regeneration@southampton.gov.uk or telephone 023 8083 3936.

For more information about local organisations in the city who can help you with training and employment support, go to the jobs and training section

Downloadable documents

Icon Name of file Size Download time
Image Letter sent to local residents April 2012 363 KB 1secs @ 2Mbps
Image Letter sent to residents 23 Nov 12 104 KB 0secs @ 2Mbps
Image Letter to residents 7 Jan 13 100 KB 0secs @ 2Mbps
Image Letter to residents 4 Mar 13 181 KB 1secs @ 2Mbps
Image Notice of Made Stopping Up Order 8 Feb 2013 3287 KB 13secs @ 2Mbps
Link to download Adobe Acrobat if required

Contact information