Levitate has scooped up a project to regenerate King’s Lynn’s riverfront in Norfolk
The London-based team is working with regeneration consultants Urban Delivery on the concept and delivery plan for the town’s historic waterfront, stretching from Purfleet Quay in the north to Friars Fleet in the South.
Key sites within the regeneration area include Boal Quay and the Grade II-listed Sommerfeld & Thomas warehouse and grain silos.
Tim Sloan, director of Levitate, said: ‘We’re looking forward to working with the council and community of King’s Lynn to help revive this historically important area and give it the opportunity to flourish.’
The contract is worth an estimated £100,000 contract and the project is being backed by King’s Lynn and West Norfolk borough council.
The consultation process will start in September and the practice will also access the feasibility of mixed-use regeneration options.
Location King’s Lynn riverfront
Type of project Masterplan
Client Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk
Regeneration consultant Urban Delivery
Initial consultation activities start in September
Study period 6 months