Nottingham, The Island Quarter


Conygar acquired the 36 acre Island Quarter site in Nottingham City Centre in December 2016. The site was formerly the headquarters and laboratories of Boots, the chemists, and has been mostly vacant for over 25 years. An outline planning application was submitted in June 2018 and the resolution to grant planning permission for the mixed use scheme was granted by Nottingham City Council in April 2019.

The permission for the development is for over two million square feet to include new homes, grade A office space, creative market, a lifestyle hotel, retail units, student accommodation and associated public realm.

Construction of the first phase of the development, incorporating a 21,500 square foot food and beverage led building, is scheduled for completion by May 2022 with a phased opening planned from July 2022.

Nottingham City Council passed a resolution in September 2021 to grant planning permission for a 700-bed student accomodation scheme. Construction of the new accommodation, which forms part of our plans for intergenerational living on The Island Quarter, is expected to commence in late spring 2022 and be available for students to occupy at the start of the 2024/25 academic year.

A detailed application has also been submitted for the next phase to include a hotel, to be managed by Intercontinental Hotel Group, residential rental apartments and co-working space.

Further details on the Island Quarter development can be found at:


The Island Quarter
Island Street,

Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire


Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire is a development site with outline consent for 729 residential units and an implemented consent for 90,000 square foot of A1 retail.

Reserved matters consent was received in September 2019 for the first phase of 115 houses.


St Davids Road,
SA61 2UR

Holyhead, Anglesey


The Holyhead Waterfront scheme in Anglesey has outline consent for 325 houses, a hotel and 40,000 square foot of retail space.

On 22 October 2021, a further planning application was submitted which supplements the outline consent previously granted in 2014.

The proposed development will include a 250-berth marina, 259 townhouses and apartments, marine commercial and additional A1/A3 retail units on the waterfront, together with substantial areas of improved public realm, and an amphitheatre and covered arcade for open-air events. The submission of the application follows a period of stakeholder and community engagement, carried out earlier this year, and a mandatory period of pre-application consultation, which concluded in August 2021.


Holyhead Waterfront,
Newry Beach,
LL65 1YD