Re-imagining our City Centre.
Canalside South is a large and exciting residential-led waterside development opportunity.
Regeneration of this site will not only bring back into use large parcels of brownfield land, it will also take advantage of Wolverhampton's fantastic waterways and heritage to create well connected city living in an area alive with transformation.
A partnership between the City of Wolverhampton Council and Canal & River Trust is seeking to create a unique residential-led canalside scheme in an area of the city alive with opportunity.
The site extends to approximately 17.54 acres (07.10 ha) gross as detailed on the attached plan. The site can be accessed via the A454, Willenhall Road to the west, whilst access is also available via Qualcast Road to the east.
The eastern and western elements of the site are linked via a railway bridge providing an attractive feature. The site benefits from direct continuous access to the canal frontage along the southern and western boundaries.
This fantastic frontage to both the Wolverhampton Old Line Canal and Wyrley & Essington Canal represents an excellent opportunity to create a development which benefits from the connectivity to the city provided by the waterways. The extensive canal frontage also provides the opportunity for both future residents and visitors to benefit from the positive impacts on wellbeing associated with time spent near to the waterways.
Buildings previously occupying the western area of the site have been cleared to slab level, whilst a number of industrial buildings remain present on the central area of the site. The eastern element of the site comprises an area of vegetation.