Mixed Use

The built environment is ever changing, adapting to the diverse shifting requirements of modern society. Increasingly social habits are becoming interchangeable, as people seek places where they can ‘live, work and play’. As such, mixed-use developments are becoming an increasingly integral facet of the UK property landscape. 

Continuum have an established track record of delivering successful and sustainable mixed-use developments. This is driven by our knowledge and understanding of sector specific requirements and the specific needs of our clients. Continuum provide entrepreneurial, innovative, and flexible advice enabling our clients to achieve a competitive advantage in the form of a tailored development solution.

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Projects

Tatton Park Development

Chorley

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Godley Green Garden Village

Manchester

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Parc Pelenna

Neath, Wales

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“Continuum have been an integral part of the Trivselhus UK team in delivering high quality, sustainable, Swedish homes into the UK marketplace”

Development Director

Trivselhus

"Following the appointment of Continuum, their professional and forensic review of viability cases has resulted in the Council being able to robustly challenge developers’ assertions relating to viability."

Head of Major Planning Projects

Trafford Council

“The Continuum team have been part of the successful Wokingham Town Centre regeneration team since 2008 providing a wide range of development advice including land acquisition, procurement and financial viability”

Director of Commercial Property

Wokingham Borough Council

“Continuum have been integral in managing the development process and securing funding for the Godley Green Garden Village project”

Head of Major Programmes

Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

"Continuum have provided advice on a range of projects to Chorley Borough Council and latterly South Ribble. Their expertise in Viability in Planning has been invaluable in helping both Chorley and South Ribble secure much needed affordable housing and s106 contributions from Developers and Housebuilders."

Chief Executive

Chorley Borough Council