Berkeley Commercial, Gunwharf Quays, Daytime views

Past Developments

Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth Harbour

Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth is Berkeley Commercial's flagship development. Construction commenced in 1998 and it was opened to the public in February 2001. The project includes a unique combination of factory outlet shopping, leisure facilities, restaurants, bars and offices, all complimented by over 600 residential apartments and houses on the south of the site. Gunwharf has created a unique harbour waterfront and has become the focal point for the economic renaissance of Portsmouth city.

Cedar House, Cobham

A high quality M25 office development which was let to Cedar Group plc at record rental values. The property was subsequently sold.

High Street, Godalming

Having been vacant for many years, this former Waitrose food store was refurbished and let to Bar Parisa, JD Weatherspoons and Fitness First. The development has significantly improved Godalming High Street and was subsequently sold.

The Royal Pavilion, Aldershot

This site was purchased unconditionally from the Ministry of Defence in 1996. Thereafter, Berkeley Commercial secured consent for a 300,000 sq ft Head Quarters office building and the site was subsequently sold to CSC Computer Sciences.

Clarence Dock, Leeds

Until the recent sale of The Crosby Group plc to Lend Lease, Berkeley Commercial worked on the commercial elements of Clarence Dock.

Clarence Dock is a major mixed-use development and it will transform the Leeds waterfront into one of the country's premier destinations.

When completed, the 15-acre development will include 500,000 square feet (46,470 square metres) of leisure, entertainment and retail facilities, 440,000 square feet (40,900 square metres) of residential apartments and 94,000 square feet (10,000 square metres) of offices. Parking for up to 1650 cars will also be provided. The development will include residential, offices, hotel, leisure, casino, exhibition and retail uses. This scheme started on site in Summer 2002 and will be completed in Spring 2007.