Acorn Property Group and TQ9 Partnership LLP have entered into a joint venture agreement on the further redevelopment of Baltic Wharf in the heart of the historic town of Totnes, Devon.
This latest stage of regeneration will include a mix of both residential homes and some commercial space including the retention of the boatyard.
Nestled on the banks of the River Dart, among beautiful countryside, Baltic Wharf is perfectly positioned to enjoy the very best of Totnes and for exploring the South West. Located in the heart of South Devon, Totnes is famed for its range of independent shops, organic food, and promotion of ethical and fair-trade products. The town is also well connected with a mainline train station offering direct routes to Plymouth, Exeter, Bristol, and London and 5 miles from A38 Devon Expressway.
As award-winning independent housebuilders, Acorn has been providing bespoke, design-led homes to suit the needs of the local community for over 25 years. Championing regeneration and putting creativity and sustainability at the forefront of every project they are involved in. Staying true to their ‘different by design’ ethos, Acorn is passionate about creating new communities that are a joy in which to live and work.
Acorn Exeter’s Regional Director, Ed Lewis says “We are thrilled to have entered into a joint development agreement with TQ9 Partnership especially on a scheme as exciting as this and can’t wait to continue with the delivery of this important but stalled regeneration site. This agreement assists with our strategic growth and provision of high-quality new homes in this region”.
Steve Mittler, Managing Partner of TQ9 Partnership says “We are delighted to be working with Acorn to complete the regeneration of Baltic Wharf. We are confident that they have the right approach to build on the bespoke high-quality and sustainable design developed from extensive consultation within the town during the first phase”.
Following their agreement, the development partners will now seek to work with Totnes Town Council and Ward Members along with South Hams Council and others on the site which already has planning consent, to develop and implement the plans.