Brewery Square in Dorchester has reported an increase in residential reservations over the past five months. The development has just 18 of its apartments left on the market, with 82% of its properties reserved, exchanged or completed.

Situated on the former Eldridge Pope Brewery site, the £100 million regeneration project has introduced the latest Piers Gough designs alongside the Grade II listed buildings. The developers have taken great care to retain the character of the historic buildings while updating them with contemporary interiors of the highest specifications.

Robert Ackland, director at Brewery Square, commented: “We’re delighted that the apartments are being snapped up so quickly. Brewery Square has many unique selling points which attract people.

“Convenient proximity to shops, restaurants and an ODEON cinema, a helpful onsite concierge service, secure basement car parking, as well as the unusual position of being very close to two railway stations with a direct line to London Waterloo are all factors which are very appealing to potential buyers.”

Two and three bedroom apartments and Penthouses are currently available. Apartments start from £220,000 and prices for Penthouses start from £650,000.  Those interested in finding out more about what Brewery Square has to offer, or to view the show apartment, can contact 01305 757000.