Taking inspiration from Rochester’s heritage, Bardell Wharf has been designed, with input from a broad range of stakeholders, to deliver a development of the utmost quality to support the local authority’s regeneration objectives for the town.
The site, formerly five different ownerships, has been assembled over a period of two years to provide for a comprehensive mixed-use development and the only way to deliver meaningful regeneration.
Planning permission was granted for 331 apartments including 35 affordable and 1,894sq.m of commercial space.
As fast as the office market is changing, retail, food and leisure are also going through structural change. This means new ideas need new space. Bardell Wharf proposes over 20,000sq.ft of retail, professional services, food and leisure space. Facing onto a new urban park, the new commercial space is complimentary to Rochester’s town centre offer and provides the link between Eastgate and the High Street that will galvanise the area into further investment and regeneration. The food & drink sector is a key driver of innovation and represents one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK and one, that as Medway have witnessed with the Copper Rivet Distillery, can make waves and can also become a draw in their own right, adding hugely significant tourism revenues to an area. Drawing on the success means continued investment and the provision of space for new ideas.
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