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We’re delighted to announce our participation in the newly launched purchase scheme, Deposit Unlock. Providing first time buyers and existing homeowners with the option to purchase their new home with just 5% deposit, the mortgage indemnity scheme has been developed by the Home Builders Federation.
Sunday 21st November saw Countryside welcome the locally based Essex Search and Rescue team at its newly launched site, The Paddocks in Tye Green.
The Rochester Riverside Community Board, which oversees funding for community projects across Rochester on behalf of Countryside and Hyde, has announced its support for five new projects, totalling £24,000 of funding.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer and Sovereign Housing Association, a leading housing provider in southern England, have exchanged contracts with Ainscough Strategic Land in the acquisition of Lotmead Farm, a 365-acre site in Swindon.
On Thursday 11th November, Greenwich Millennium Village, a joint venture between Countryside and Taylor Wimpey in association with the Mayor of London, reached a major milestone with the topping out of the hotly anticipated next residential landmark, The Observatory. The ceremony celebrated completing the structure of the latest residential building, which will comprise of 65 superior quality one and two-bedroom apartments at this renowned development.
We are proud to share that we were named as finalists in three categories at this year’s British Home Awards. Our flagship scheme in Chelmsford, Beaulieu, was named a finalist in the Best Housing Partnership category, Great Kneighton in Cambridge was a finalist for Development of the Year (100+ units) and Kingsmere in Oxfordshire made the finalist list in the Best Mixed-Use category.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has commenced building work to create 82 new affordable homes at Shetcliffe Lane in Bradford.
Marham Park, Countryside’s major development in Bury St Edmunds, has received planning consent from Suffolk County Council for the delivery of a brand new local centre.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has secured unanimous planning consent from Enfield Council for Phases 2A and 4 of Elements, delivering 303 new homes at the £300m regeneration of the former Alma estate in Ponders End in partnership with Enfield Council.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has acquired two new sites in Somerset, one in Bridgwater and another in Highbridge, marking further positive steps in the company’s growth ambitions for the South West where it is already making progress at its Bath site, Sulis Down.