In an exciting development, the transformation of an industrial site into a sustainable neighbourhood is well underway. Devonshire Gardens is set to offer 120,000 sq ft of workspace with a strong emphasis on well-being, alongside the construction of more than 50 Build-to-Rent homes, with a portion of them designated as affordable housing. In addition to these residential options, the project will incorporate various community amenities, including a creche, a pavilion, versatile studios, and over 500 cycle parking spaces, all within a newly created green space in the centre of Cambridge.
This ground-breaking initiative by investment manager Railpen, will rejuvenate a previously neglected three-acre brownfield site that once housed a Travis Perkins depot.
Designed by architect Buckley Gray Yeoman, Devonshire Gardens boasts a strategic location just a five-minute stroll from the primary railway station, close to the Mill Road bridge. Moreover, the project aims to enhance connectivity to the Cambridge rail station by introducing new walkways and cycle paths.
To ensure smooth navigation and accessibility within this thriving community, our dedicated wayfinding team is working closely with the wider design team, offering expert wayfinding and sign design services.
For further details and updates on the exciting Devonshire Gardens project, click here.
We're also the wayfinding consultants for Railpen and Socius Botanic Place project in Cambridge.