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Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has signed an agreement with the Department of Education to deliver Ark Soane, a mixed-use development in Ealing, West London, comprising a new 1,200-pupil secondary school, Ark Soane Academy, and 116 high-quality homes.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has acquired the Sulis Down scheme on the southern edge of the City of Bath, marking its first site purchase in the South West and reflecting its wider growth ambitions.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations, have secured unanimous planning approval from Ealing Council for Phase 7.2 of Acton Gardens, which will provide a further 185 mixed-tenure homes at the £800m regeneration of the former South Acton estate in west London.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer specialising in place making and regeneration, and Places for People, the largest UK affordable homes led placemaker, have confirmed the first development agreement under their national framework agreement to accelerate the delivery of up to 10,000 mixed-tenure homes over the next decade.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has received planning approval from London Borough of Brent, for all four phases of Peel, in Kilburn, North West London.
Outline plans have been approved by Chichester District Council’s Planning Committee and will bring forward up to 1,300 new homes, 30% being affordable, with a primary school and a number of exciting new community and commercial facilities at Tangmere – along with significant areas of public open space that make up around half of the site, including allotments and a community orchard.
Countryside’s latest development is set to bring a S106 contribution totalling approximately £1.8m to Stockton-on-Tees alongside a collection of brand new homes for private sale
Countryside announces that South Cambridgeshire District Council has today (19 February) approved plans to deliver a mixed-use community on an allocated site at Bourn Airfield, 5 miles west of Cambridge.
Ashmere, a landmark scheme on the former Eastern Quarry, part of Ebbsfleet Garden City, Kent has broken ground, marking the beginning of construction.
Residents are set to benefit from 73 new affordable homes as Countryside commences construction on behalf of Nottingham Community Housing Association.