The land bank is strategically positioned throughout Monmouthshire, Torfaen and Newport and forms the bedrock of the company's future plans to create a modern and dynamic built environment across both the residential and commercial sectors.
A major planning application has been submitted for an Urban Village comprising up to 975 houses, plus all associated facilities including a new school, to sit alongside the existing Business Park at Mamhilad Park Estate. Further information can be found via. http://www.mamhiladconsultation.co.uk/
The company intends to expand its business activities in South Wales and beyond, and is constantly looking for new property investment and development projects.
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Current Development Projects
Urban Village, Mamhilad
This important development is the flagship of Johnsey Estates’ current development portfolio, as the site is allocated in the Local Development Plan as part of a new residential development for up to 1,700 homes. The project will retain existing employment uses, to which will be added a range of retail and neighbourhood facilities, including a new Primary School, in order to create a self-contained community, set against the backdrop of the foothills to the Brecon Beacons.
An outline Planning Application was submitted in June 2017, with the intention of bringing forward this major residential development element at the earliest opportunity.
Work is now complete on this prominent and strategically located mixed use development on the outskirts of Abergavenny. A significant investment has been made infrastructure works to enable the release of land for 48 new homes, the construction of a Premier Inn Hotel, a public house, Costa Coffee drive-through, McDonalds restaurant and care home facility.
Further land remains available for complementary uses.
Castle Oaks, Usk
Following the success of the initial phases, sold to Barratt Homes, Johnsey Estates retains 21 acres (8.05 hectares), which will be promoted for further residential development.
Coopers Filters, Abergavenny
Johnsey Estates sold the last remaining phase of their highly successful Coopers Filters site in 2014, and the last homes developed at the end of 2016.
Johnsey Estates retains an adjoining parcel of land amounting to 5.18 acres (2.09 hectares) as a strategic land holding, which will be promoted for further residential development.
Johnsey Estates has a long and successful track record of development in Newport, having built the Newport Retail and Leisure Park.
Johnsey Estates retains ownership of a cleared site of 0.45 acres (0.186 acres), on the successful Leeway Industrial Estate, which will be promoted for development in due course.
Lower Lakes, Newport
Johnsey Estates owns strategic land for further development.