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Godiva Place Handover

Green PM are delighted to celebrate the successful handover of Godiva Place with Coventry University .

Godiva Place is a major new development in Coventry that provides 772-beds within a mix of cluster bedrooms, single and twin studios, project managed by Green Project Management.. The site is set apart from other developments with its private luxury student social space and landscaped area for students to enjoy. The development comprises of five adjoined blocks that reflect the shape of the available space, whilst creating a barrier to the busy ring road.  FutureLets are becoming established onsite through the soft landings process, whilst enjoying the practical design by Lewis and Hickey.

Rob Tallis Group Director, Estate Development at Coventry University commented 

'Today is the long awaited move in day for Godiva – the project has been a rollercoaster! This very hasty note is to thank you and all of your team for the effort and dedication over the last few years. The product is magnificent and is a fantastic addition to not only our estate but to Coventry as well. The facilities it provides are magnificent and I know that our students will be very happy to be spending their first year in this development. It has been an absolute pleasure working with you all and as a team you need to be rightly proud of the redevelopment of this part of Coventry and the product that has been delivered.'

Jonathan Parnes of Regents Godiva also commented 

'All of you have been instrumental in delivering this building and I am privileged to have worked with you all. The most important element is that we have established a reputation for excellence and a team to be backed and trusted. To paraphrase what we said at the start - we have delivered an iconic building  which does “what it says on the tin”.

Green PM would like to thank all those involved within the project, their hard work contributed to such a successful development.

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