Using our five design principles, our team of architects, marine experts, transport planners, regeneration managers, structural engineers and ecologists are currently developing a masterplan which will detail our ambitions for Lennox Point.
The plan will focus on the following areas:
- Marine employment
To address the decline in shipbuilding and reinforce Portsmouth’s place in the heart of the Solent maritime, generating over 2,000 new jobs at Lennox Point.
- Eco-friendly environment
To create a net zero carbon neighbourhood, offering a sustainable lifestyle for residents and businesses at Lennox Point.
To provide 3,500 eco-friendly homes, all located in walkable neighbourhoods, in a car-free environment, and within the nature and beauty of the harbour.
To prioritise sustainable transport such as walking, cycling and public transport, while ensuring Lennox Point remains connected with the rest of Portsmouth and beyond.
As we’re developing the masterplan, we’re keen to hear your views on how Lennox Point will be developed; what type of jobs and homes you’d like to see on the site, our proposal for a car-free environment; the focus on sustainable transport; and our ambition to create a well-connected and contemporary community.
In 2020, we held a series of roadshow events across the city to engage with residents and businesses about Lennox Point. Many of their questions have been compiled in our FAQs, and their comments taken into account as we develop our masterplan.