The Woking development will house 560 new homes

Willmott Dixon Woking towers

Willmott Dixon’s residential arm has won planning approval for three towers in Woking.

The firm’s residential brand Prime Place will develop the Rolfe Rudd-deisgned towers, which rise up to 34 storeys in height.

The site on Goldsworth Road is located close to Woking town centre and train station. The towers will house 560 apartments and 10,000 sq m of office space, as well as some retail space and leisure facilities.

Prime Place currently has a pipeline of 7,500 residential units.

Willmott Residential chief executive Nic Simpkin said: “We’re delighted Woking Borough Councillors have approved Prime Place’s vision for the regeneration of Goldsworth Road.

“It will provide new homes and office space for Woking and bring an attractive outdoor space to the area around Goldsworth Road which all local residents and visitors can make full use of.

“It underlines our ambition to be recognised for delivering vibrant new homes, communities and places.”

Willmott Dixon Woking towers