1 - Crowngate Shopping Centre
2 - Worcester Train Station
3 - Cathedral
4 - River Severn
5 - Porcelain House at The Waterside
6 - Billingsley Lodge and Fonthill Court
7 - Worcester and Birmingham Canal
An exciting new collection of luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses situated along the Birmingham and Worcester Canal. Built to Berkeley's award winning standards all benefit from a range of options and choices for you to truly make your new property a place to call home.View Phase of Billingsley Lodge and Fonthill Court
A remarkable transformation has been taking place at the former Royal Worcester porcelain factory. Over the last decade Berkeley has undertaken the skilful regeneration of this historical location and turned it into an exclusive place to live, combining canal and riverside views with proximity to the exquisite cathedral city.
Worcester is a happy combination of past and present, an ancient city with vibrant contemporary culture and a wealth of amenities. History, music, the arts and sport are the threads that run through its fabric. With views of both the River Severn and the Cathedral and the county cricket ground found on the opposite side of the river, The Waterside offers not only supreme location but also a vibrant calendar of events ranging from cricket matches, race calendar events and theatre performances.
In the panoply of cities the length and breadth of England, few embody the quintessence of Englishness more than Worcester - picturesque, understated and with an impeccable heritage. Today, it is the perfect blend of old and new - an historic fabric with a young and vibrant contemporary culture.
Worcester is rich in history. It is the last resting place of kings and princes; the site of a bloody battle that sealed the monarchy's fate (for a few years, at least); and the birth place of that very English composer, Sir Edward Elgar, whose Pomp and Circumstance March is well known across the country.