Our team was appointed to the Brueacre Village regeneration scheme to help obtain Planning Permission in Principle from Inverclyde Council. The substantial redevelopment will transform the former Inverkip power station site, creating 650 new homes, retail space and several community facilities.
This major redevelopment will transform the former power station site, creating 650 new homes, retail space and several community facilities. The 100-acre site will also include extensive open spaces, incorporating a public park, footpaths and cycle routes, creating a place which promotes community, inclusivity and wellbeing for residents. A linear coastal park will be created along the full length of the Firth of Clyde site boundary, providing further space for recreation and offering a place where nature can flourish.
To support the new urban village, the planned programme of works incorporates upgrades to the existing road network, including a new roundabout on the A78 which will form the main access route to the site. A re-worked junction at the Inverkip North/Kip Marina is also included within the plans.
Our team provided a range of services in support of the scheme, including geo-environmental, drainage strategy and flood risk assessment which included detailed flood modelling and master planning input.
Client: Turley (on behalf of Scottish Power)