New instruction from The Duchy of Cornwall

Friday 09 August 2019

We are delighted to announce new instruction from The Duchy Of Cornwall. The Duchy was created in 1337 by Edward III for his son and heir, Prince Edward. A charter ruled that each future Duke of Cornwall would be the eldest surviving son of the Monarch and the heir to the throne. The Prince of Wales became the 24th Duke of Cornwall on The Queen’s accession to the throne in 1952. At the age of 21, in 1969, he became entitled to the full income of the Duchy and took over its management.

 

In 1994, The Duke opened Poundbury, an urban extension to the Dorset county town of Dorchester, built on the principles of architecture and urban planning. Poundbury is now home to approximately 3,800 people in both private and affordable housing. The community also provides employment for over 2,300 people with approximately 207 businesses.

 

Kings Point House is the latest commercial space available due to the relocation of RPS Energy Ltd. The office suite is located within the landmark, grade A office building overlooking Queen Mother Square. Queen Mother Square is the centre of Poundbury in respect of commercial activity with occupiers including Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Inn and The Royal Pavilion, an exceptional new apartment building. The property listing is available to view here.

 

 

 Image credit to Linus Moran Photography

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