Redbridge Quay's first residents move in

16 December 2022
drone picture of Redbridge Quay

Wirral Waters development Redbridge Quay is marking a key milestone as the first residents move in.

Arthur and Doreen, from Liverpool, have become the very first residents to move into the new development, which includes a mix of the award winning ‘Town House’ and ‘Row House’ modular homes, designed by Liverpool architects Shedkm. 

The couple initially left Liverpool and moved to Lancaster but were drawn back to the city region because of its history and connectivity. They really enjoy being by the water, so when they found Redbridge Quay, they sold up and moved straight back.   

Doreen and Arthur moving into Redbridge Quay

Each individual home at Redbridge Quay is precision engineered using Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and will exceed all carbon reduction targets. The Town House alone is over 50% more energy efficient than the average new build home. 

Located in the emerging Northbank neighbourhood at Wirral Waters, the waterside development is surrounded by beautiful Grade II listed grain warehouses, a new pocket park, green landscaping and new public realm, including dockside walkways.  

The development, previously known as East Float, was officially named as Redbridge Quay due to its proximity to the famous red bridge in the northeast corner of Wirral docks. It follows Peel L&P taking over the whole development from Urban Splash earlier in the year. 

Richard Mawdsley, Peel L&P’s director of development for Wirral Waters, said: “We are delighted to welcome Arthur and Doreen to Redbridge Quay and hope they will enjoy everything that Wirral Waters, and the Wirral, has to offer. 

“We are also pleased to appoint Jones & Chapman as the agent for Redbridge Quay and look forward to welcoming them to the Wirral Waters family. 

“This is a very exciting residential development for the Wirral as it will bring the very latest in sustainable housing design and innovation to the area which will be a huge appeal for so many families looking for a sustainable, energy efficient home.” 

Claire Scott, Land and New Homes Director for the North and Scotland, Sequence Homes, added: “Wirral Waters is one of the most exciting regeneration projects in the UK presently.  More than just residential units, this project is designed to make long lasting impact in the local vicinity. 

“Well thought out with an emphasis put on creating a thriving district through job creation as well as homes, Wirral Waters has community and growth as part of its DNA and we are delighted to partner with Peel L&P to market and sell these exciting homes.” 

Wirral estate agent, Jones & Chapman, part of the national estate agency network Sequence (UK), has been appointed by Peel L&P to market and sell the highly sustainable two, three and four-bedroom, modular homes.  

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