On the 22 December 2017 ThamesWey was issued full planning permission to commence a landmark new residential scheme in Woking.

The consent allowed the construction of 147 self-contained flats (84x one bed, 57x two bed & 6x three bed) and 493 sqm of commercial floorspace in flexible A1 (retail), A3(restaurant/café) and D2 (gymnasium) use plus basement car parking level within a 7-13 storey ‘mansion block style’ apartment building.

The new building has been constructed of high quality traditional grey brick with large glazing elements and bronze coloured detailing and is located at the top of White Rose Lane next to the Travel Lodge and Woking Station. The location is highly sustainable, as is the construction, allowing easy access to the station for an easy commute and the town centre amenities of Woking with its cultural, leisure and retail offers.

Our contractor Galliford Try is due to complete construction within the coming months and we look forward to releasing the new properties onto the market for rent in early 2020.

For more information about the development and the apartments, please visit the Harrington Place website.