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Economic Impact

In 2018, Dorset Council completed an economic impact assessment of Poundbury, which concluded that as at 2018, the Poundbury development had permanently increased the local GVA (Gross Value Added) by £98 million per annum (predicted to be £105m per annum when completed in c2025) and established 1,630 full-time equivalent jobs (1,760).

In addition, by 2025 the construction phases will have delivered an increased GVA of some £236 million and 4,950 person-years of employment.

Poundbury is currently home to some 3,800 people in a mix of private and affordable housing, as well as providing employment for some 2,306 people working in the 207 shops, cafés, offices and factories. A further 557 are employed in construction across the site and many more are self employed and occasionally work from home.

Download the Poundbury Economic Assessment 2018

Poundbury Factsheet 2019
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In Poundbury 35% of homes being built are affordable housing for rent, shared ownership or discounted sales. 

Poundbury Factsheet 2019

 

POUNDBURY'S LATEST NEWS

HRH The Prince of Wales opens flagship luxury day spa at Poundbury

HRH The Prince of Wales opens flagship luxury day spa at Poundbury

Set in Royal Pavilion, Queen Mother Square, the multi-million-pound luxury spa is the first UK adventure for Monart Destination Spa.

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New ten-metre-high stone obelisk erected in Poundbury

New ten-metre-high stone obelisk erected in Poundbury

A ten-metre-high stone obelisk crafted by students of The Prince’s Foundation is set to be installed in Poundbury next week.

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Luxury Monart Spa to open in October

Luxury Monart Spa to open in October

Dorset's newest luxury spa opens in Royal Pavilion

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