Planning granted for Wales’ first co-living scheme at Knox Court

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Urban Centric are pleased to confirm that the proposed development of 203 co-living apartments at Knox Court in Cardiff has been granted planning permission, subject to Section 106 agreement. 

The former home of Legal & General in Cardiff city centre will be extended and re-purposed into Wales’ first institutional grade co-living scheme. Designed for the next generation of people looking for hassle free rent in the city centre, Knox Court is set to provide the perfect mix of private space with a range of communal areas for residents to enjoy. Importantly, the development has been developed with ESG credentials at its core with a target EPC of ‘A’. 

Urban Centric would like to thank everybody involved in the process to get this one across the line.