Black Dog Way
built on a derelict Brownfield site Black Dog Way has changed the Gloucester City Centre landscape
Walkinshaw Court, Black Dog Way, Gloucester GL1 3AF
The development at Black Dog Way comprises of two unique buildings, Walkinshaw Court, 81 affordable homes for general needs and Carpenter House, a groundbreaking project of 14 apartments to support people with long term mental health problems live independently and not in the revolving world of care.
Welcome to Black Dog Way;
A development which has changed the landscape of Gloucester City Centre
After standing derelict for more than a decade, work began to redevelop the old Kwik Save site on Black Dog Way in Gloucester in mid-2017.
The project created 95 affordable homes, including 60 of affordable rent, 21 shared ownership apartments and 14 flats for vulnerable people.
Walkinshaw Court provides a mix of affordable homes for rent and shared ownership creating a diverse community over five floors. Carpenter House provides supported housing and rehabilitation for people with mental health issues.
This iconic project not only delivers much needed affordable homes for sale and rent but supports our environment through the use of modern methods of construction and renewal energy generation.
Take The Tour
Due to the current restrictions, we have created a virtual tour of the development allowing you to explore its stunning new development which has stunning views of Gloucester Cathedral the Cotswolds beyond and in its own right has become a new landmark for the city centre.
Take a walk through the site and explore an available two-bedroom property within Walkinshaw Court before viewing the supported housing scheme of Carpenter House.
Access to Walkinshaw Court comes from Worcester Street and opens up into the joint car park for the development which also includes parking for electric vehicles, large bicycle storage and two vehicles for use by members of the Enterprise Car Club.