Acton Gardens - West Park Gate - Photo

Partnerships Case Studies

Countryside has considerable experience in working in partnership with local authorities and housing associations to deliver private and affordable homes.

Below you will find a number of case studies which demonstrate our significant skill and experience in place making in partnership.


Acton gardens estate regeneration

Estate Regeneration - Acton Gardens, Ealing

Countryside are working in partnership with L&Q and the London Borough of Ealing to deliver a 3,400 home regeneration of the 52-acre South Acton Estate with 50% affordable housing.

Find out about Acton Gardens

Rochester Riverside homes and play area

Brownfield Regeneration - Rochester Riverside

Rochester Riverside is a 50-acre brownfield regeneration scheme previously cleared and remediated under the ownership of Medway Council and Homes England.

Find out about Rochester Riverside

Hounslow Town Primary Official Opening day

Community Assets Regeneration – Hounslow Town Primary School

Countryside in Partnership with Hounslow Town Council, the GLA and Network Homes are providing 284 mixed tenure homes, of which 50% affordable and a brand new five-form entry primary school to the residents of Hounslow. 

Find out about The Assembly

Maidenhead regeneration library plaza

Town Centre Regeneration - Maidenhead

Countryside were selected as Joint Venture Partners by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to redevelop four council owned town centre sites accumulating to approximately 1200 new homes across 6.3 hectares of land.

Find out about Watermark


New Broughton Village, Greater Manchester Case Study

Countryside’s flagship New Broughton Village development in Salford has become an exemplar of sustainable regeneration, having grown to become a flourishing suburban community on the doorstep of Manchester City Centre.

Find out about New Broughton Village


NGV, Liverpool Case Study

Regeneration specialist Sigma Capital formed Regeneration Liverpool, a joint venture partnership with Liverpool City Council, to undertake regeneration in council priority areas. The first and largest site identified was Norris Green.

Find out about NGV