The Landmark, Derby
Development to Create 900 Jobs
900 Jobs to be Created
The proposed development, The Landmark, set to be built by Godwin Developments would create 900 jobs if given the go-ahead. Planning documents put forward by the scheme's planning agents, Cushman and Wakefield, claim the development has the potential to generate 900 job openings throughout its build. Once built it is estimated that between 10 to 15 full-time jobs will be created. The build to rent (BTR) scheme, which is aimed at young professionals, will contain just over 200 apartments with onsite facilities such as a gym, residents lounge and concierge service.
Planning Granted by Derby City Council
Councillors have agreed the Section 106 arrangements for The Landmark, which will see Godwin contribute towards issues such as flood defence, trees and a traffic preservation order. Godwin are contributing more than the suggested amount according to the district valuer for an inner-city regeneration scheme of this kind. The Landmark will be a build to rent (BTR) scheme with 201 apartments aimed at young professionals with onsite facilities such as a gym, residents lounge and concierge service.